"As a SLP, I strive to improve the lives of those I serve by ensuring they have a voice to advocate for themselves and ensure quality of life at any stage."
Sarah received her Masters of Science in Education in Speech-Language Pathology from UWRF in 2006. She has worked with the geriatric population in a variety of skilled nursing and transitional care settings. She has a passion for the older adult population, specifically dementia care, acute stroke recovery, and nutrition/hydration concerns related to dysphagia. Sarah grew up in Baldwin and is eager to better serve her community through her new position with WWH.
- UWRF Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders (2004)
- UWRF Masters of Science in Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders (2006)