Amy Levin, MA, CCC-SLP
Amy Levin is a licensed speech-language pathologist with over 20 years of experience working with children with developmental disabilities. Amy worked as a bilingual teacher in Arizona before receiving her clinical training in speech-language pathology from Northwestern University. Currently, she is a clinical faculty member who specializes in Early Intervention, bilingual language development and intervention, working with diverse cultural and socioeconomic populations, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has worked across a variety of settings, including private practice, inpatient pediatric hospital, outpatient pediatric multidisciplinary clinics, urban Early Head Start centers, and home- and clinic-based early intervention. She currently works on the Developmental Diagnostic team with Dr. Bauer and Dr. Roberts.
Favorite children’s book: Alice in Wonderland, The Phantom Tollbooth, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Favorite childhood toy: Raggedy Ann doll, dress-up clothes, digging up clay from the Long Island coast
Favorite childhood snack: PIZZA (Long Island NY to the core)