Rebecca Burrell, M.S., CCC/SLP
Inpatient Therapy Supervisor
Speech Language Pathology
Speech and Language Pathology
Acquired Brain Injury Specialist
LEAN Green Belt
Physical Rehabilitation Center
In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, baking, hiking, gardening and playing tennis.
Saint Mary’s College Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communication
Syracuse University Master of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
Areas of expertise include evaluation and treatment of Aphasia, cognitive deficits following an Acquired Brain Injury, Swallowing, Voice Disorders and child language.
Lectured at Sacred Heart University and teaches a course on facilitating child language acquisition titled “Little Language Learners,” through the East Haddam Early Childhood Council.
Rebecca is the Co-Chair of the Safe Patient Handling Steering Committee at Middlesex Hospital
Rebecca, an inpatient therapy supervisor and a board certified speech and language pathologist, earned her bachelor’s degree in speech communication from Saint Mary’s College and has a master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Syracuse University.
Rebecca has treated patients in many settings, including in schools, through Homecare and at outpatient rehabilitation and Hospital facilities.
Areas of expertise include the evaluation and treatment of Aphasia, cognitive deficits following an acquired brain injury, swallowing, voice disorders and child language. She received an award for continuing education from the American Speech Language Hearing Association and is an acquired brain injury specialist.
Rebecca has lectured at Sacred Heart University and teaches a course on facilitating child language acquisition through the East Haddam Early Childhood Council. She has worked at Middlesex Hospital since 2012.