Ramona Cano, SLP

Ramona Cano, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist
Certification: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Language(s): English, Spanish

Personal History and Interests

Ramona Cano, CCC-SLP is bilingual speaking both English and Spanish fluently, helping her connect with, care for and provide coaching to Spanish speaking patients and their families at DMG CRS. She also has specific training in auditory-verbal therapy, a highly specialized, early intervention, family-centered, coaching program which equips parents and caregivers with the tools needed to support the development of their deaf child’s listening and spoken language. In addition, Ramona specializes in feeding- helping infants and children with medical conditions that impact their ability to swallow and eat easily.

“My goal is to provide care that supports the family’s goals for the patient,” shared Ramona when describing her care philosophy.

Ramona is family-centered at home, too. She enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and playing board games.

Educational Background

Education: Master of Science, Communication Disorders, Arizona State University, Tempe

Conditions Treated

  • Delays or disorders in articulation, language, and auditory skills
  • Hearing loss and cochlear implants