Kim Brancaccio, MS, CCC-SLP (Bilingual Spanish)
Kim is a bilingual Spanish/English speech-language pathologist
who has worked with all ages of children in a variety of settings,
including schools, clinics, and homes. She especially enjoys the early intervention and preschool-age population, providing evaluation and therapy to children with multicultural backgrounds. She strongly believes in collaborating with families to improve speech and language development in both English and Spanish through daily routines.
Areas of expertise for Kim include bilingual Spanish/English assessment and treatment for receptive and expressive language disorders, pragmatic language delays, oral motor, articulation and phonological disorders and some augmentative alternative communication (AAC). She has completed continuing education and training in many areas, such as Multicultural/ Bilingual Spanish Language Communication Assessment and Therapy, Auditory Processing, LAMP Words for Life, and has attended a Communication in Children with Autism conference.
Kim studied Spanish and History at Bates College in Maine, where she also wrote her senior thesis in Spanish and studied abroad in Ecuador for a semester. After graduating with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish, she later
earned her Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology at Emerson College in Boston. Kim also completed graduate level coursework in ESL/Bilingual Education at Adelphi University in New York. She is certified by
the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed as an SLP by the North Carolina Board of Examiners.
In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time with family, including her husband and two sons, who keep her busy with sports and school activities. She enjoys languages, history, reading, cooking, travel, nature walks and volunteering throughout the community.