Daniel Puri, CSP-PASP
Teacher Daniel is a Pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist. He received his Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology degree at the University of Santo Tomas in May 2017. He uses his continuous drive for professional development through continuing education to passionately advocate for children with special needs. That is why he is currently working on advancing his clinical skills through post-graduate courses and mentoring, especially for children with hearing loss and their families, as well as children in schools.Teacher Daniel works with these children in their schools – such as in Kaleidoscope Therapy and Learning Center, where children are given an inclusive learning platform and where families are empowered to help make communication possible and achievable.
Ellary Grace A. Odtuhan, CSP-PASP
Ellary is a speech-language pathologist who graduated from University of Santo Tomas in 2018. Her areas of interest include pediatric language and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Apart from these, she engages in a community-based (CBR) practice and hopes to be involved in a research that would raise awareness and promote inclusion of persons-with-disability. She is also currently a clinical supervisor in a rural health unit in the province of Bataan.
Mikaela Jane B. Brosas
Mika is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Santo Tomas in 2019. She currently provides intervention to pediatric clientele diagnosed with different conditions that may have affected communication. Other than catering to the pediatric population, she is also interested in providing services to geriatric clientele in need of speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing intervention in need of speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing intervention.