Rachel Zukose, MA, CCC-SLP, TSSLD, is an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) certified and New York State licensed Speech Language Pathologist in the Hudson Valley who assesses and treats a diverse range of communication disorders. Rachel has experience with assessment and treatment with both pediatric and adult patients within a variety of areas including: articulation, language, feeding, voice, fluency, cognitive communication, social communication, alternative and augmentative communication, as well as Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Rachel has a special interest in working with cognitive communication patients including: patients with Traumatic Brain Injury, Dementia, and Parkinson’s Disease.
Rachel is an alumni of the State University of New York at Cortland where she received her Bachelors of Science in Speech and Language Disabilities in 2017 and her Masters of Science in Communication Sciences Disorders from Iona College in 2019. She began working with Goshen Speech and Hearing in May 2019 as a clinical fellow under the supervision of Robin Seccafico and is now a part-time provider in the practice.
Rachel believes it is important to advocate for her patients and provides education and collaboration with parents, spouses, clients, and other professionals to best suit her patients’ needs. Rachel is passionate about the field of speech-language pathology and takes a personal interest in the success of each and every one of her patients.