Sheryl Rosin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dr. Rosin is working as speech-language pathologist having specialization in ASD diagnostics and treatment. She graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit having master and doctoral degrees. She has a certificate of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and is a participant of the Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association, Autism Society of America, Autism Society of Michigan and the National Alliance for Autism Research.
Dr. Rosin has been a professional since 1996. She had up to 10 years experience working at William Beaumont Hospital in the Department of Childhood Speech and Language Disorders, Royal Oak, MI., where she took part in treatment of children with diverse of speech and language disorders. Dr. Rosin worked out and realized Pediatric Autism Learning System for Pragmatic and Language Stimulation (P.A.L.S for P.A.L.S.) group treatment technique at hospital, as well as run and encouraged treatment in this program.
Dr. Rosin is nowadays a part at Wayne State University as a part-time professor in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology department where she lectures about Normal Language Acquisition and Childhood Language Disorders.
Dr. Rosin takes part as volunteer in community service programs connected with early speech and language disorders and autism manifestation. She holds speech/language screening examinations at private schools in metro Detroit area adding Detroit Country Day and Echo Park Schools.
Dr. Rosin takes part at many local and national conferences among which there were the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association and Autism Society of America on themes in relation to ASD children. She continues to arrange investigation programs concerning evidence-based practice for children with autism.