Christina D’Arco M.A. CCC-SLP


Christina is a bilingual (Spanish-English) speech language pathologist.  Christina received undergraduate degrees in Communication Disorders and Spanish Language & Literature from Purdue University, and a graduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.  She is currently certified with the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA), Early Intervention in the state of Illinois, and Bilingual Special Education Approval with the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE)

Christina has experience working with a pediatric population in clinic, home-based, and school settings.  She has a special interest in early intervention and early language development, apraxia, and feeding disorders.  She also enjoys play-based therapy and working with multi-needs or medically involved populations.  She believes strongly in parent involvement and collaboration across professions, including physical and occupational therapy, medical doctors and specialists, and school teachers and staff to provide the best outcomes for children.