Rachael is a speech language pathologist at Home Base. She has more than 10 years of clinical experience working in cognitive rehabilitation.
Rachael earned her undergraduate degree from Syracuse University in Communication Sciences and Disorders and Sociology in 2006. She then completed her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Emerson College. Rachael has worked with the neurorehabilitation population since graduating from Emerson in 2008 and currently splits her time between Home Base and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital where she is a Clinical Specialist. Rachael specializes in working with adults who present with language and cognitive challenges due to strokes, traumatic brain injuries and post-concussive syndrome. In addition to individual therapy, she has developed and leads several community groups. One of Rachael’s favorite parts of working with the neurorehab population is helping people learn new skills and techniques so that they can resume doing the things that they enjoy. Rachael also currently serves as a course facilitator for Emerson College’s online master’s program in speech pathology.