Glendaly Cordero, M.Ed, CCC-SLP (Bilingual Spanish)
Glendaly is a Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist originally from Puerto Rico. She graduated from the Medical Science Campus, University of Puerto Rico with a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. After 2 years of working as a pediatric physical therapist, Glendaly moved to North Carolina to attend graduate school at North Carolina Central University where she received her master’s degree in communication sciences with concentration in bilingualism.
Glendaly has 16 years of experience evaluating and treating children 0-18 years old. She has worked with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental delays, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, visual/hearing impairments, expressive/receptive language impairments, fluency disorders, articulation/phonological disorders, and swallowing disorders. She is particularly passionate about using a family-centered approach to therapy. Glendaly believes in empowering parents by giving them the tools to work with their kids in a natural setting.
Through the years Glendaly has worked in early intervention in the states of Virginia, Georgia and North Carolina. She is licensed by the Board of North Carolina and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language HearingAssociation. She has completed the S.O.S feeding training and Yoga for the Special Child. Glendaly enjoys running, going to the beach, and spending time with her two kids and husband.
Glendaly also enjoys going on family trips and building memories with her family. She currently lives in Chapel Hill with her two kids, Lizmarie and Caleb, her husband, Chester and her Shih tzu dog, Toby.