She is the director of the Cresseri Advanced Diagnosis and Treatment Clinic, in which specialized and advanced programs are designed for each type of patient, some of them in oral-motor disorders, Apraxia of Speech and Dysphagia.
She is the author and co-author of research in the area of Apraxia of Speech. In addition, she has been a professor at the Carlos Albizu University, San Juan campus. University where he completed a Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology and a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Language Therapy. She has also offered trainings for continuing education and participated as a panelist in various forums.
In clinical terms, he has received training in the most innovative techniques and approaches nationally and internationally. Some of them in countries like Mexico, Argentina and the United States. Among these approaches in which she has been trained and / or certified is iLs (Integrated Listening Systems), PROMPT (PROMPTS for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets), Handwriting Without Tears, Oral-Motor Placement Therapy (OPT -TalkTools® for speech clarity and feeding skills), among others.
She is passionate about serving people, especially children with functional diversity. She has worked directly with non-profit entities in and outside of Puerto Rico to offer a higher quality of life to children with such needs. Among which are the Lily's Angels Foundation and the Puerto Rican Association of Apraxia of Speech of which it is co-founder.