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Paige earned her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Worcester State University and her Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders at the University of Rhode Island. She is currently a Speech-Language Pathologist in a rehabilitation facility working alongside adults who may have dysarthria, dysphagia, or post-stroke cognitive-linguistic deficits. Before attending graduate school, Paige worked as an SLPA with children and young adults on the autism spectrum, where she found her passion and enthusiasm for supporting individuals with social-cognitive difficulties. Paige is excited to apply her experience with cognitive-linguistic functions of the brain, such as emotion, semantics, syntax, and pragmatics, as well as executive function (e.g., planning, organization, attention, inhibition, problem-solving, working memory, mental flexibility), which frequently take place in social contexts. Paige is looking forward to supporting individuals as they grow to understand their strengths and challenges and strive to reach their highest potential. In her free time, Paige enjoys surfing, reading, spending time with family & friends, and traveling.