Brittany Prisco is a highly qualified Speech Language Pathologist who graduated from Seton Hall University with her Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education and Elementary Education (Kindergarten-5 th grade) with a preschool teaching certification, minor in Social and Behavioral Sciences, and a concentration in Psychology. Brittany continued in the 4+2 Education and Speech Pathology Dual Degree program at Seton Hall University and earned a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
Brittany has a range of experiences regarding Articulation, Attention Deficit Disorder, Apraxia, Auditory Processing, Autism and Augmentative Communication, Developmental Delays, Neurogenic Disorders, Sensory, Social/Pragmatics, Emotional and Mild-Severe Behavioral Deficiencies, Selective Mutism, Fluency, Craniofacial Disorders and Syndromes, and Learning Disabilities. She works with toddlers, and preschool and elementary school-aged children in various settings including the home environment, private practice, a preschool center, and elementary schools. Brittany enjoys collaborating with parents, family members, teachers, and support staff. Brittany has a vast understanding of children with specific needs and how to implement strategies for each child to reach their full potential of communication success. Brittany is a life-long learner who continues to be avid about continuing her education and bettering her own therapy to benefit the children she works with on a daily basis.