M.S. Ed. Reading Education
Talk of the Town Speech & Reading Center
Christine Condurso, a Middletown, NJ resident, is a Speech-Language Pathologist who obtained a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Handicapped from Long Island University in 1996; and a Masters in Speech Pathology from Kean University in 2001. She holds both New York and New Jersey state licensure/certification. Addtionally, Christine obtained a Masters of Science degreee in Reading Education from Dowling College, New York in 1999. Christine has over 15 years of experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist and has attained multifaceted experiences throughout her career. She specializes in early childhood intervention for children birth-five pertaining to receptive/expressive language delays, apraxia, articulation/phonological disorders,and reduced feeding/oral motor skills.
Additionally, Christine specializes in reading and writing intervention for school age children k-8.
She has been employed as Speech Pathologist for early intervention(birth-3), pre-k(ages 3-5), and schools serving a multi-handicapped population(birth-21). She has also worked as a tenured reading specialist in Garden City Middle School, Garden City, New York. Christine has provided literacy support in the areas of print translation/automaticity, reading/listening comprehension, written expression, vocabuary development, critical thinking, grammar/spelling, and organization/study skills.