Rosie Portera

Rosie Portera


Rosie holds a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from The Florida State University. She started her career at The Arc of Palm Beach County and worked for over 20 years creating programs for children with a wide range of disabilities. During her time at The Arc she founded 2 innovative charter schools combining together educational and medical models to serve children who are non-ambulatory and non-verbal. She ended her career there as Director of Children & Family Services. Rosie has also served as a Speech Language Pathologist for Martin County Schools. There she provided direct interventions for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. She currently works for FAU Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) as a Clinical Support Specialist.


Financial and Non-Financial Disclosures 2019
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Creating Robust Language Lesson for Better Student Impact

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#B2-8  Creating Robust Language Lesson for Better Student Impact   Time to put the fun and creativity back into teaching!    The presenter will share some of the tips and tricks she has learned by combining a variety of evidence-based practices to develop a specific formula for presenting lessons.  These language learning strategies will keep your […]

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