Aubry is a highly skilled, creative and organized SLP. She takes a calm and patient approach to working with all children and their families.
Aubry graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication and minor in Psychology. She received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Rush University.
Aubry has a strong interest and experience with working with children who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems, such as speech generating devices (SGD). She also has training in working with children who have feeding challenges.
In 2019, Aubry attended the four day SOS Approach to Feeding Conference for assessment and treatment of children with feeding challenges. SOS is a multi-disciplinary approach which incorporates posture, sensory, motor, behavioral/learning, medical and nutritional components to evaluate and treat children with feeding issues. (https://sosapproachtofeeding.com)
When not at Pediaprogress, Aubry spends time with her family and her cat. She also enjoys yoga and crafts.
"....She (Aubry) is really easy to talk to and knowledgeable and understanding. She offers nothing but positive thoughts and helpful strategies that we can work on here in the house each and every week." Kevin, father of 3-year-old
Aubry Cortez, MS CCC-SLP
Interesting Facts About Aubry:
- Aubry's career as an SLP stemmed from her joining Best Buddies in high school. She and her Best Buddy are still friends after 10 years!
- Aubry has nearly 10 years of experience working in recreational, care giving, and therapeutic capacities with children and adults with special needs
- For as long as she can remember, Aubry has been passionate about creating art ranging from clay pieces to unique greeting cards. She has even sold some of her artwork!
- Around the age of 6 months, Aubry had cranial surgery which undoubtedly allowed her to grow into the person she is today. She also has a wicked, but unnoticeable, bump and scar to show for it!
FAR AND AWAY THE BEST PRIZE THAT LIFE HAS TO OFFER IS THE CHANCE TO WORK HARD AT WORK WORTH DOING.
Hide not your talents. They for use were made. What's a sundial in the shade?
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