Marguerite Scarponetti, M.A., CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her masters degree from St. John’s University. For the past 20 years, she has been working in school, clinical, and home based settings. Marguerite has supervised at the speech clinic at New York University, as well as The Rainbow School for Child Development. Marguerite also serves as the Speech and Language Pathologist for Carmel Academy in Greenwich, CT.
Marguerite enjoys building relationships with children as she helps them master the skills necessary to become successful communicators. She works collaboratively with family members and other specialists to address each child’s individual needs and optimize their overall treatment. Her areas of expertise include:
- Oral-motor functioning
- Apraxia of speech
- Receptive language
- Expressive language
- Social communication skills/pragmatic language
Marguerite continuously monitors children’s progress and utilizes various approaches to achieve the best results. She thinks of innovative and creative ways to make children excited about the therapeutic process. Marguerite has specialized training in:
- Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (PROMPT)
- Beckman Oral Motor Protocol
- The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol
- Social Thinking
At Westchester Child Therapy, Marguerite provides speech and language consultation and evaluation, as well as individual and small group therapy.