Briana Middleby received her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Syracuse University in Speech-Language Pathology. She is licensed by New York State and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Briana provides speech-language therapy to children from birth to 5 years of age through the Early Intervention and Preschool programs in Oneida County. She has worked with children having a variety of developmental delays and disorders including, but not limited to: Receptive/Expressive Language Delays, Articulation/Phonological Disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), Autism Spectrum Disorder, and oral motor concerns.
Erica Shaw received her Bachelors degree in Anthropology from Hamilton College and her Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Syracuse University. She is licensed by New York State and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She has experience working in Oneida and Herkimer counties providing diagnostic and therapeutic services to children from infancy to age five years. Erica has worked with children in Early Intervention targeting a variety of communication needs, including receptive and expressive language delays, articulation/phonology delays, and apraxia. She has completed the first two levels of PROMPT (PROMPTs for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) training and has experience working with children with apraxia, Down Syndrome, and severe developmental delays. She is a member of the Early Intervention evaluation team in Oneida County and enjoys the challenges provided by this diagnostic component.
Shelly A. Raiano
Shelly Raiano received her Bachelors degree from Elmira College and her Master’s degree from SUNY-Fredonia in Speech-Language Pathology. She is licensed by New York State and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Association. Shelly also holds a permanent certificate as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Impaired by the New York State Department of Education. Shelly enjoys the Early Intervention population in Oneida County. Shelly has worked with Children with a large variety of delays and disorders including receptive and expressive language delays, articulation/phonological disorders, apraxia, cerebral palsy, autism-spectrum disorders, oral-motor concerns as well as feeding concerns.
Lauren recieved her Bachelor's of Science degree from Rutgers College in New Jersey and her Master's of Science degree from Arizona State University. She is licensed by the State of New York and New Jersey and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Lauren is the team leader for the speech-language pathologists at CTN Oneida. She has a variety of experience with children ranging from birth through adolescence, but her current focus is treating children ages birth through three years. Areas of expertise include the evaluation and treatment of articulation/phonological disorders, oral-motor impairments, expressive and receptive language disorders, pediatric feeding/swallowing issues, food aversion/refusal, childhood apraxia of speech, voice/nasality issues, and assisting with alternative communication methods. Lauren has experience treating children with feeding tubes, tracheostomy tubes/respiratory issues, craniofacial anomalies, and children with multiple syndromes and diagnoses including Cerebal Palsy, extreme Prematurity, Down Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum disorders, and traumatic brain injury. Lauren has received an ACE award from ASHA for excellence in continuing education.
Margaret "Peggy" Bathrick
Peggy Bathrick received her Bachelors and Masters degrees from SUNY-Geneseo in Speech-Language Pathology. She is licensed by New York State and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She also has her Permanent Certification as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Impaired. Peggy enjoys working with the Birth to 3 population, providing diagnostic and therapeutic services in Oneida and Herkimer counties. She enjoys the collaboration with families that the Early Intervention program provides. Peggy has worked with children in early intervention targeting a variety of speech and language needs, including receptive and expressive language delays, auditory processing disorders, articulation/phonology delays, autism-spectrum disorders and oral motor concerns.