Rachel Freimuth, M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech and Language Pathologist

Rachel Freimuth is a compassionate Speech Language Pathologist, holding both a Bachelor’s degree from Southern Connecticut State University and a Master’s degree from Sacred Heart University. With her post-nominal initials as M.S., CCC-SLP, Rachel finds immense joy in her work with children who have expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation disorders, and various developmental conditions such as Autism, Down Syndrome, and Intellectual Disabilities.

Rachel’s passion extends to assisting young adults in developing essential life skills as they transition from school to the workplace. She aspires to continue working with children and young adults, helping them improve and acquire functional skills necessary for active participation in all aspects of their lives. Rachel is focused on further refining her expertise in working with clients with oral motor disorders, aiming to enhance their communication abilities.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Rachel cherishes quality time with her sons and husband. She finds delight in activities such as gardening, antiquing, and baking. Fascinatingly, Rachel’s love for pizza knows no bounds as she could happily consume it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Additionally, it’s worth noting that both of her sons were born on holidays, adding a unique touch to her family’s celebrations. Rachel’s dedication, warm nature, and commitment to her clients’ well-being make her a valuable asset in the field of Speech Language Pathology.