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Speech Pathologist Leslie Sudak, M.S. CCC-SLP, evaluates, diagnoses and treats disorders affecting speech, language, swallowing and cognitive abilities. With a wealth of experience in the field, Leslie Sudak currently works at St. Francis Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, a busy skilled nursing facility in Worcester, Massachusetts. St. Francis Rehabilitation is a center of ethically sound, patient centered clinical excellence in therapeutic care. Leslie supports her patient’s abilities and well-being for all of their days, being a strong proponent of palliative and hospice care.

Considering the whole person, including values and quality of life, Leslie develops unique speech therapy programs based in true patient-driven care. Ms. Sudak currently works with an age and demographic diverse patient base. She uses a broad base of clinical acumen to accurately assess deficits and develop effective and individually relevant treatment plans to help each patient regain lost abilities while retaining their sense of self. Her goal is to assist patients in returning to independence and autonomy, at whatever level they may be able.

Leslie Sudak has enjoyed a collaborative relationship with Concord Hospital, (Concord, NH) for many years. Leslie’s experience with patients and professionals at this progressive, regional medical center allows her to serve her community and develop outstanding clinical skills to promote health, abilities and respect for each person as an individual.

During her leisure time, Leslie Sudak enjoys the outdoors. She likes to hike, kayak and explore along the Maine coastline, including the Portland and Freeport areas. Leslie also enjoys interesting foods and loves to cook with or for others. She supports various nonprofit organizations, among them the UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center of Goffstown, New Hampshire.


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