Atlantic Pediatric Therapies, LLC is co-owned by Jude Anderson. Jude currently lives in the Bethany Beach Delaware area and is originally from Wilmington Delaware. She graduated from Kutztown University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communicative Disorders. She earned her first Master of Arts Degree in Education from Wilmington University in Wilmington Delaware where she currently holds a position as an adjunct professor teaching Language Development and a second Master’s of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Jude has 20 years of experience treating pediatric patients in hospitals, outpatient clinics, public and private schools, and private practice settings. She has worked with a variety of pediatric populations, including autism spectrum disorder, outpatient feeding clinics, articulation and phonological disorders, social communication disorders, global developmental delays as well as children with rare genetic disorders. Her training includes the Sequential Oral Sensory Feeding Program, PROMPT for apraxia, Beckman Oral Motor, Hanen certified AAC facilitation and communication, and social skills therapy both individualized and within groups.
Atlantic Pediatric Therapies, LLC is co-owned by John Adamic. John currently lives in the Lewes, Delaware area and is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelors degree in Health Sciences and continued on to earn his Master of Science degree in Speech-Language-Pathology at Duquesne University. John has 5 years experience treating children with speech/language disorders in the pediatric outpatient and public school settings. Throughout his career, he has had the opportunity to work with children who have articulation disorders, phonological disorders, fluency disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders, autism spectrum disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, developmental delays, and auditory processing disorders. His training includes working with various Alternative Augmentative Communication devices, PECS, social skills groups, using Speech Buddies to correct articulation errors, improving sound/voicing errors, play based therapy, and creating individualized sessions specific to the child.