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Mrs. Vranesevic

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Hello! My name is Daniella Vranesevic and I will be your child’s Speech Language Pathologist this year at North Allegheny School District. This letter briefly outlines some important information
about me.

Originally from the Pittsburgh area, I graduated from Duquesne University in 2013 with my Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology and a minor in Psychology. After graduation I worked at a private practice in Hermitage PA. As their head of speech pathology, I developed the speech program from paperwork templates to session scheduling for my department in order to help the business become successful. In 2015 I moved back home to start working in the public school systems, at both Upper Saint Clair and Pittsburgh Public Schools before coming here to NA! Since I have entered this FABULOUS district, I have loved bringing my old experience and learning new ones in such an amazing special education program!

I have wonderful ideas for this school year and cannot wait to implement them into the speech and language program to further your child’s success. Children will be able to complete their own data collection sheets and progress notes to become more conscious and independent of their speech and language goals. You will get parent reports and updates often. This is an organized way that you as parents and I can communicate about your child’s speech and language development, and a way for them to understand how to become independent learners.

If you have any questions throughout the school year, please do no hesitate to email me. I'm sure I will get to know all of you well! I look forward to meeting you and working with all of the kids!


Daniella Vranesevic, MS, CCC-SLP

  • According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), a Speech-Language Pathologist is a professional who has been trained to prevent, screen, identify, assess, diagnose, refer, provide intervention for, and counsel persons with, or who are at risk, for articulation, fluency, voice, language, communication, swallowing, and related disabilities.
    If you are concerned that your child may be experiencing a speech and language difficulty or if you have any questions regarding speech and language you may contact your child's classroom teacher to request a speech and language screening or contact me directly via phone or email to request a screening.