Mary Riotte, MS, CCC-SLP
Mary Riotte, MS, CCC-SLP, is Assistant Professor and , and Director of the Speech, Language and Literacy Center for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the MGH Institute of Health Professions. Her primary focus is on providing clinical education to graduate students within the Speech, Language and Literacy Center. She has also developed and taught pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders since 2008.
Riotte, M., O'Dea, M. & Ashland, J. (2013). Using Simulation (SIM) Technology to Train Graduate Student's Clinical Skills. ADVANCE, vol. 23, issue 2, p. 12.
Plummer, L., Reidy, P., McCarthy-Jacobson, A., Maxwell, L., Riotte, M. & Kane, V. (2014). Infant Development Day: A collaborative interprofessional education experience. Poster presented at the American Physical Therapy Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Riotte, M., O'Dea, M. & Ashland, J. (2012). Using simulation (SIM) technology to train graduate student's clinical skills in pediatric feeding. Poster presented at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA.
Riotte, M., & Lof, G. (2011). The use of multisensory teaching in addressing speech sounds disorders. Presented at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.
Kjorvestad, K., Ashland, J., Riotte, M. & Lof, G. (2009). Do children with gastrointestinal issues benefit from feeding team assessments? Presented at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.
BS, Speech Pathology, Loyola University, Baltimore, MD
MS, Speech Pathology, Southern CT State University, New Haven, CT