Lee Caggiano, M.A. CCC-SLP BCS-F
Lee Caggiano is a Board Specialist in Fluency Disorders. Before coming to the Institute, she treated children, adolescents and adults who stutter in New York, for the past twenty years. She is passionate about her work with people who stutter, and is committed to providing a high level of parent education and training. Caggiano has developed and coordinated workshops to treat stuttering and has presented regionally and nationally regarding the needs of young people who stutter and their families. She teaches graduate level fluency courses at New York University and Queens College. Caggiano is a consultant at the University of Colorado at Boulder’s stuttering program. She also founded and serves as director of FRIENDS- the National Association of Young People who Stutter.
“Stuttering can have a profound effect on every aspect of a child’s life – from the bus stop to the classroom. I’m excited for the opportunity to provide world class stuttering treatment to Northern Colorado families and I’m grateful to have found an outlet to reach more people through Aspen Speech Therapy’s network and involvement in the community,” Caggiano said. “My family-based approach to stuttering includes comprehensive therapy that treats the physical and emotional manifestations of this complex, multi-dimensional disorder.”