Stephanie Rogister, M.S.- C.C.C.
Speech & Language Pathologist
          Specializing in Services for Children
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Licensure and Certification:

STEPHANIE H. ROGISTER, M.S.-C.C.C.  is a nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologist, holding the Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech, Hearing and Language Association.  She is licensed as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the state of North Carolina.  

Experience:

Ms. Rogister graduated with a Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  She served on a multidisciplinary team at the Duke Developmental Evaluation Center in Durham, N.C. for five years.  In 1978 she established Speech and Language Services of Raleigh, a private practice specializing in services for children.  In addition to oral communication problems, Ms. Rogister has special training and expertise in diagnosing and treating reading problems and written language disorders.  With regard to literacy programs, she has training and experience with the Lindamood-Bell Learning Systems Programs, the Phono-Graphix Method for teaching reading, the Language!  Curriculum,
and the Wilson Reading Program.

Membership, Service, and Honors:

Member of the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)
  •   Elected to three terms (9 years) as a Legislative Councilor representing    N.C.

Member of the North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association (NCSHLA)
  •   President of  NCSHLA 1987-88
  •   Received the Honors of the Association from NCSHLA  1997

Appointed by the governor to two terms (6 years) on the N.C. Licensing Board for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Member of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) and the N.C. Branch of the IDA  

Specialty areas:

Specialty areas include:

  • mild-severe speech articulation or phonological problems
  • apraxia of speech
  • language delay and disorders
  • auditory processing problems
  • literacy problems (reading, spelling, writing)

Stephanie H. Rogister, M.S.-C.C.C.
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