Cheryl A. Rondinella, MS, CCC-SLP, TSHH, owner and founder of Manorville Speech Pathology, P.C. is a NYS Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in practice since 1997. She graduated from Adelphi University, Garden City, New York with a B.A., Cum Laude (1994) in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (1997).
She completed her Clinical Fellowship at United Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County where she gained invaluable experience working with a wide array of impairments including feeding and movement disorders. She has practiced in the Early Intervention Program since 1997 specializing in feeding and motor speech disorders. She has gained extensive experience working with families in their homes with a variety of speech and feeding disorders as a result of Prematurity, Tracheostomy, Cleft Palate, Genetic Syndromes, and Developmental Delay. She has been the owner and Director of Manorville Speech Pathology, PC since its inception in 2002. Manorville Speech Pathology, PC is an Approved Provider of the NYS Early Intervention Program, Suffolk County Preschool Related Program, and accepts Major Insurance and Private Pay.
All Clinicians are NYS Licensed or completing their Clinical Fellowship Year through the Manorville Mentoring Program. Manorville Speech Pathology, PC prides itself on giving personal attention in a highly-clinical, client-centered practice. Cheryl supervises and educates undergraduate students, graduate externs, and Clinical Fellows and thoroughly enjoys teaching and mentoring.
Cheryl Rondinella is a Certified Member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and has earned multiple Awards (ACE) for Excellence in Continuing Education. She is an affiliate of Special Interest Groups in Administration and Clinical Supervision. Cheryl has devised and instructed a Continuing Education Course for Speech Language Pathologists on Pediatric Speech and Feeding Disorders through Summit Professional Education. Cheryl is highly-dedicated to remaining current within the field of Speech Pathology attending ASHA Conventions and Healthcare Summits in addition to ongoing continuing education especially in the areas of Childhood Apraxia, PROMPT Therapy, Feeding Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Speech Sound Disorders, Language and Literacy Disorders, Myofunctional Disorders and Supervision and Leadership. Cheryl has completed the Leadership Development Program (LDP) and Mentorship Program (LMP) through ASHA. Cheryl is listed on the Apraxia Kids Provider Directory and has completed advanced training in apraxia with Edythe Strand through Once Upon a Time Foundation. She has completed a 40 hour training in Orofacial Myology through the IAOM (International Academy of Orofacial Myology) and is knowledgeable in myofunctional disorders.