Hello! My name is Kim Wronkiewicz. I am a Washington state licensed speech-language pathologist who has been practicing in the Seattle community since 2018. I have experience working in pediatric private practice and public schools with children affected by a variety of disorders, including articulation disorders, phonological processing disorder, apraxia of speech, stuttering, pre-literacy challenges, word-finding challenges and specific language impairment. Furthermore, I have worked extensively with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Prior to becoming a speech-language pathologist, I worked at the University of Washington Autism Center as a Behavioral Therapist and participated in the APEX summer camp, serving children with ASD and ADHD. In graduate school, I worked as a research assistant in the Integrative Brain Function and Neurodevelopment lab to support research in the treatment of ASD.
Master of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences
Washington State University (May 2018)
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders and English Literature
Truman State University (May 2015)
Professional Certifications and Trainings:
D.I.R. Floortime 101 Trained
Autism Diagnostic Observation Scale Clinical (ADOS-2) Trained
Language Acquisition through Motor Planning AAC strategies for Promoting the Development of Communication for Individuals with ASD
A Parent-Mediated, Play-Based Treatment Program for ASD
Evidence for Telepractice and Beyond