MS, CCC-SLP, TSSLD-BE, Speech-Language Pathologist
Fergie Cantos holds a Master of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University, Maryland. Fergie received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Spanish and a minor in Therapeutic Recreation from St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn, New York. Fergie recently completed the Bilingual Extension Institute at Teachers College, Columbia University and holds her Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities certification (TSSLD).
Fergie has obtained graduate clinical experience at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital and Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation Hospital in Maryland. She has previously worked in a dual-language program (English and Spanish) at Woodland Elementary in Gages Lake, Illinois. Currently, Fergie works for the New York City’s Department of Education where she works with District 75, a highly specialized instructional support program for students with varying disabilities.
Fergie has been involved with SAY as a volunteer, camp counselor and head counselor since 2013. She is thrilled to join SAY’s Speech Therapy Program and collaborate with the SAY community. Fergie feels particularly passionate in this role due to her interest in serving children who stutter and the multicultural population.