Julbe-Delgado, Diana, M.S., CCC-SLP

Julbe-Delgado, Diana, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

Diana Julbe-Delgado joined the clinical faculty at USF in May of 2015. She completed her undergraduate and graduate coursework at the University of South Florida where she also received her Master's and Undergraduate education. Mrs. Julbe-Delgado has experience with pre-school through geriatric age populations in a variety of settings and has served as a USF clinical instructor for both the Language Phonology practica as well as the Voice, Fluency, and Neurogenic practica. Her experience includes performing speech-language evaluations and providing treatment to children in outpatient, private practice, hospital homebound, and school based settings. Mrs. Julbe-Delgado also has experience working with adult populations in acute care, inpatient/outpatient hospital, skilled nursing facilities, rehab, assisted living, and private practice. Her areas of specialty includes working with adults with disorders of Cognition (e.g. Dementia), Traumatic Brain Injury, Language Learning related to Learning Disabilities, Voice, and Dysphagia (swallowing disorders). Mrs. Julbe-Delgado also works with bilingual populations (Spanish-English) and provides elective accent reduction training. Ms. Julbe-Delgado holds specialty certification/training in Vital Stim for the treatment of Dysphagia, Comprehensive Assessment in Foreign Accented English, and Lee Silverman Voice Treatment program for clients with Parkinson's disease.

B.S. (Communication Sciences and Disorders) University of South Florida 2008
M.S. (Speech-Language Pathology) University of South Florida 2010
Ph.D. (Communication Sciences and Disorders) University of South Florida Currently Enrolled

 

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