Nicole Salamy graduated with a Master of Science degree from Sargent College (Speech-Language Pathology) at Boston University. She has been a speech-language pathologist at The Learning Center for the Deaf (TLC) in Framingham, MA for 14 years. Currently, Nicole maintains a caseload of students and also supervises the clinical team at TLC, which includes speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and the educational audiologist. Nicole enjoys being part of an educational team, collaborating with specialists and teachers and advocating for the needs of Deaf and hard of hearing students. She has had the pleasure of working with and educating parents and other providers as well. Nicole has also enjoyed presenting at conferences around the country and consulting to educational teams related to her work.
BA Villanova University (Liberal Arts/General Studies)
MS Boston University (Speech-Language Pathology)
"Two Languages, One Goal: Developing A Solid Language Foundation" at the Early Hearing Detection and Identification Meeting (EHDI) (2016), the Massachusetts Early Intervention Consortium (2015) and The 6th Annual South Carolina Summit for Individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Their Families, and the Professionals Who Serve Them (2014).
"An Interdisciplinary and Bilingual Approach to Early Intervention and Education for Young Children with Hearing Loss" at the EHDI meeting (2013)