Welcome to the professional website of Gina England, MA CCC-SLP, Speech and Language Pathologist. Gina was born, raised and educated in New York state. After completing her graduate studies in May 1981, she moved to New Hampshire and began her clinical practice.
Gina has focused her career in the field of medical speech pathology and has worked with patients of all ages from pediatrics through geriatrics. She has worked in facilities all along the continuum of care including acute care, acute inpatient rehab, skilled nursing, home health, outpatient therapy and neurological day treatment. In August of 2011, Gina decided the time had come to further develop her growing interest in the area of continuing education and training for allied health professionals.
To achieve this goal she would need to be actively involved in both patient care and professional education opportunities. She has continued to work as a per diem therapist in a variety of clinical settings and began to provide national seminars for PESI, Inc., a continuing education company based in Wisconsin. In addition, she has also been a part time Clinical Supervisor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of New Hampshire, and Adjunct Faculty at Granite State College and Nashua Community College.
Gina’s current private practice is focusing on the development of a product line that will further address and meet the continuing education needs of allied health professionals. She envisions a practice that will include seminars, workshops and in-house training opportunities. She is currently developing a series of resources that will be available on her website in both print and digital formats. These resources will include seminar manuals, workshop manuals, diagnosis specific resource guides, brochures, therapy activity worksheets and informal assessment tools.
Gina recognizes that we all seek knowledge and learning in different ways and different formats. It is her hope that her website will provide something of interest to anyone who stops by for a visit. After 30+ years in the field, she continues to enjoy her chosen vocation and looks forward to sharing her experiences with her colleagues, patients and their families.