Julianne Freiwald-GauleVero Beach Reading and Speech-Language Pathology, USA
Julianne Freiwald-Gaule has been practicing in the field of Speech-Language Pathology for close to 40 years. She received her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Miami, Cum Laude in 1980. She received her Masters and Doctoral degrees from Nova Southeastern University in Speech-Language Pathology. Her interest in neuroscience peaked when she completed the course, “The Neurology of Behavior” at Harvard Medical. She is certified in Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDTA) which has it’s foundation from the early works of Dr Bobath. Recent awards and presentations include the following: Outstanding Award for Speech-Language Pathologist in Miami FL for 2018 and The Hall of Fame Award for 2019 in Miami Florida. She has lectured for Advance Magazine (Marion Publications) for three consecutive years throughout Florida on various topics inclusive of “Chronic Neurologic Impairment”. In 2020, she was invited as a speaker for a Global Summit Conference on Neuroscience. The topic of the Lecture was “Neuroscience and its Application to the Field of Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology”. She currently resides in Vero Beach FL, USA, where she is in private practice.