Claire Cereghino

M.S. CCC-SLP

Claire received her Bachelors of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders followed by her Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT in 2010 and has been working as a Speech Language Pathologist ever since. In 2010, she worked with Denver Children’s Hospital’s Augmentative and Alternative Communication team and with the Denver Children’s Hospital Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic.

After five years in Alaska, she moved down to Central Oregon with her husband Ben, and her adorable black lab, Baker. She continues to work in Alaska on a part-time basis and enjoys balancing that job with working in Bend, serving children in Central Oregon with complex communication needs. She currently serves on the grant review board of Adler’s Voice, a local non-profit that provides grants for access to augmentative and alternative communication. She enjoys skiing, biking, hiking, surfing and watching the beautiful Bend sunsets from her back deck in the summer evenings!

Areas of Specialty

After working in Denver, she moved to Alaska and worked in a variety of school-based settings across the state, providing services to students in the bush and off-the-road system. Throughout this time she has pursued a passion for working with children with complex communication needs. She feels that all children deserve access to “all the words, all the time!” She eventually followed this passion to open up a private practice in Anchorage, AK that focused on Augmentative and Alternative Communication.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Communication Science and Disorders, University of Utah
  • Master of Science, Speech Language Pathology, University of Utah

Certification

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • Licensed by the State of Oregon by the Board of Examiners For Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology

"Sonos has been a great partner in our multidisciplinary concussion clinic. They have stepped up to serve our patients and we enjoy the coordination of care that we feel brings the patients improved care. On an individual basis, our patients have gained tools and knowledge to address challenges from brain injury in their everyday lives. Practical tips and tools that are invaluable. SONOS helps to change lives for those suffering from traumatic brain injury.”

Viviane Ugalde, MD, The Center

“As an asthma specialist involved in the care of patients of all ages with laryngeal hypersensitivity and vocal cord dysfunction, I have had the opportunity to share numerous patients with the speech and language pathologists at Sonos. I have been very impressed by the professionalism, communication, quality of care, and outstanding results that my patients get under their care. It is very rewarding to see the results they achieve with the patients I refer to them."

Adam Williams, MD, Bend Memorial Clinic

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Mary T. Rogers, MD, FAAP, Central Oregon Pediatric Associates

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