Julie Slivka is a Speech-Language Pathologist in New York City. She works with children who have receptive/expressive language difficulties, articulation/phonological disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other neurodevelopment disorders. Julie received her BA in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and her MS in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from New York University.
Currently, Julie works for the New York City Department of Education ASD Nest Program, an inclusion program for students with high functioning Autism. She specializes in running individual and group therapy, using Social Developmental Intervention (SDI). Julie is also an adjunct instructor at Hunter College in the Special Education Department, teaching a graduate level course on Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Julie has volunteered with Autism Friendly Spaces for the past three years and is honored to join the staff this season as an Associate Consultant. She looks forward to help build awareness and acceptance for people with Autism.