Brooke E.B. is currently a speech-language pathology assistant, at an elementary school and has several years of childcare experience, from newborn age and up. She also has experience working with children with speech delays, autism and down syndrome. Brooke also attends graduate school, where she is studying speech-language pathology and specializing in pediatrics. She proudly holds a bachelor’s degree, in the same focus, from the University of South Florida. Brooke has experience babysitting, nannying, tutoring, and providing speech therapy services to children of all ages. Her previous child care experiences include driving children to and from school and extra curricular activities, homework help, meal preparation, bed time needs and so much more. During Brooke’s undergrad years, she also worked in a preschool, as a teacher’s assistant. She was responsible for helping with developmental milestones, planned activities, reading to children, play time, meal prepping, tidying up and more. Lastly, Brooke enjoys serving in her community and has been involved in several philanthropic events, including raising money for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Her passion for children is exemplified through her kind and nurturing qualities toward others.
Newborn & Infancy Experience:
Brooke E.B. has many years experience caring for newborns and infants. Brooke has also worked with 12 month olds, in the daycare setting. She is very comfortable with bottle feedings, diaper changes, nap times and age appropriate sensory play, tummy time and more.
Brooke E.B. enjoys baking and being outdoors. She also enjoys serving her community and helping her students grow in their speech/language goals.