Habla Conmigo is a network of Certified Speech-Language Pathologists led by Dr. Danilda Osunfisan, SLP-D,CCC and specializing in childhood communication disorders.
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Certified Speech-Language Pathologists
Assessment and Treatment
Our multi-lingual group addresses the need for services for culturally diverse clients with speech, language, feeding, swallowing and cognitive-linguistic impairments.
- Articulation Disorder Phonology
- Phonemic Awareness Disorder
- Receptive Language Disorder (Language comprehension)
- Expressive Language Disorder (Language formulation)
- Language Processing Disorder
- Specific Language Impairment
- Language based learning disabilities
reading, writing, spelling
- Social language skills
pragmatics, conversation skills, nonverbal communication
- Fluency/Stuttering Disorder
- Feeding Disorders
About Our Speech Therapists
Habla Conmigo is dedicated to providing expert speech and language and related services with an emphasis on parent education and training in their primary language.
Dr. Danilda Osunfisan, SLPD-CCC
Our network of Certified Speech-Language Pathologists is led by Dr. Danilda Osunfisan, SLPD-CCC of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Dr. Osunfisan earned her bachelor’s degree in child development from Florida State University and her master’s degree in communication science disorders from Rockhurst University. Dr.Osunfisan recently completed her capstone experience, marking the final step in becoming the first student to complete the Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology (SLPD) program at the University of Kansas. Dr. Osunfisan’s capstone project explored issues associated with interactive book reading for bilingual children with specific language impairments. The project advanced her understanding of the challenges associated with developing and implementing appropriate interventions for bilingual children, as well as finding ways to involve parents and other caregivers in the treatment process. She has years of clinical experience researching the challenges faced by children acquiring two languages. She plans to continue working with bilingual children and their caregivers by applying what she has learned to her clinical practice.