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Gundersen Tri-County offers pediatric speech and language services

Gundersen Tri-County offers pediatric speech and language services
Monday, March 20, 2023

Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics welcomes Bailey Patenaude, SLP, who provide pediatric speech and language services in Whitehall. Bailey will work with children from birth through 18 years.


With an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and a graduate degree from UW-Stevens Point, Bailey is trained to work with a variety of communication impairments, including autism spectrum disorder and natural language acquisition therapy. She’s also versed in areas such as childhood apraxia of speech, neurodevelopmental disorders, traumatic brain injury, and voice disorders like nodules, vocal abuse and vocal cord disfunction.

Pediatric speech and language services are a new offering at Gundersen Tri-County, giving parents and caregivers an option to treat their child close to home in Whitehall and the surrounding areas.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Bailey, call Gundersen rehab services at (715) 538-1713.

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