Irene E.S. Cohen, MS, CCC-SLP
Irene has worked for more than 20 years in medical speech pathology in a variety of settings, including acute care hospitals, acute rehabilitation, outpatient services, home care and skilled nursing facilities. She has a wide variety of experience with medically complex disorders which enables her to have a “big picture” view in treating the whole person as the disorder affects their lives. She has extensive experience with disorders of voice, swallowing, and adult neurological disorders.
Irene was on staff as adjunct faculty in the Speech Pathology Assistant Program at Nashua Community College for 9 years and taught courses on advanced topics in speech pathology and clinical procedures.
Irene has also had performance experience in community and professional theatre in Massachusetts and New Hampshire and has had advanced training as a singer and performer.
Irene maintains certification through the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed as a Speech Pathologist in the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Laura Bauman, MS, CCC-SLP
Laura is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). She has over 4 years’ experience as a voice specialist in outpatient, hospital settings, diagnosing and treating a wide range of patient populations in the areas of voice, language, fluency, and upper airway disorders. Laura also holds an undergraduate degree in Information Sciences and Technology.
Laura has extensive experience performing both flexible and rigid laryngeal videostroboscopic examinations and has had the opportunity to work alongside fellowship-trained laryngologists, assisting with in-office laryngology procedures. She has worked extensively with professional voice users and has a great interest in the transgendered voice population and has attended continuing education in this area. Laura also has clinical competencies performing bed-side swallow evaluations.
Through her previous experiences as a graduate clinician at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a clinical fellow at the University of Wisconsin Hospital, she has also gained experience in the areas of adult and pediatric voice disorders, head and neck cancer, craniofacial abnormalities, dysphagia, and alaryngeal speech restoration.
Office Administrative Support
Keilia’s role on the team is vital as office administrative support. She has experience in professional and medical offices and is the office resource for scheduling and billing questions.