Easterseals of Northeast Central Florida recently welcomed Speech/Language Pathologist Gabriella Walton, M.S., CCC-SLP, to its team in Daytona Beach. In her role, Gabriella is responsible for assessing, diagnosing and determining courses of treatment for clients with speech and language challenges or disorders.
Gabriella earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of Central Florida and a master's degree in speech language pathology from Nova Southeastern University.
In her role at Easterseals, Gabriella works with client families who attend Easterseals Charter Schools and the Autism Center of Excellence, and consults with outpatient clients.
"I love helping everyone find their voice." said Gabriella, who joined the team after the New Year. When not helping families at Easterseals, Walton enjoys playing tennis and traveling.
Welcome, Gabriella! We're glad you're here.
Yes, it seems like magic, but in fact there’s a team of teachers, administrators, assistants and a variety of hardworking folks who help Easterseals of Northeast Central Florida change lives in our community.
Easterseals serves more than 17,500 individuals and families with a range of disabilities to help them achieve their full potential. Our programs and services are focused on five key areas: those that help children and adults live, learn, work, play to their fullest potential, as well as advocate for programs that support the same. This is how we at Easterseals are taking on disability together. And, it’s our team of staff members and volunteers that brings it all to fruition.
Davine Vincent (pictured above, middle) is a case manager in Easterseals Autism Center of Excellence. She has enjoyed her role since fall 2016. Working with children on the Autism Spectrum has taught her as much about herself as it has the children and families with whom she works.
“I enjoy working with Easterseals because I get to be an advocate for these wonderful kids and their supporting families in more ways than one,” said Davine.
As a case manager in ACE, Davine says she’s able to build her knowledgebase as she assists families through the diagnosis process and link them to other relevant resources.
“Our team also works to educate community members and partners about ASD so that they in turn can better serve these children and their families,” added Davine. “This position has allowed me to grow and open my heart to the families who come to Easterseals for help, hope and answers.”
If you have a love of teaching or an interest in helping children and adults with disabilities reach their fullest potential, you may have a place at Easterseals. All current job opportunities may not be available online, so contact HR Generalist Fran DeCinto at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. In the meantime, complete our application for employment opportunities, available here. Additionally, Easterseals has partnered with GettingHired.com, an online resource that connects people with disabilities to employers in search of qualified jobseekers with disabilities. Visit GettingHired.com to open your door to opportunity!
Easterseals of Northeast Central Florida serves the region with facilities in Daytona Beach, DeLand, Bunnell,
and Leesburg. To learn more about Easterseals of Northeast Central Florida, please visit www.eastersealsnecfl.org.