Shira Danino, M.A., CCC-SLP
Shira grew up in South Florida and she attended Long Island University, C.W. Post for her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. She worked for the New York City Department of Education for 7 years serving students grades Kindergarten through 8th. She also worked at a Skilled Nursing Facility in the Bronx with adults who experienced swallowing and language deficits.
In 2017, Shira married and moved to Dallas, Texas where she worked in the public school system. At that time, she also began to work in pediatric home health in the evenings and on the weekends. Throughout the years, Shira began supervising Speech Language Pathology Assistants, administering evaluations and providing professional development sessions.
As COVID-19 hit, Shira, like many SLPs, switched quickly to providing tele-therapy to her school-based caseload as well as her home health patients. In May of 2020, Shira and her family moved to South Florida. Since then, Shira has been working with children in person as well as on tele-health.
In early 2021, Shira founded Walkie Talkie Therapy Group to serve children with communication disorders in South Florida. Since then, Shira has specialized in pediatric feeding disorders in addition to language and phonology therapy.
Shira is licensed as an SLP in Florida, New York, and Texas. She is looking forward to building a relationship with you and your family!