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About Jennifer Rodriguez

Jennifer Rodriguez Anzoátegui is a bilingual Speech Language Pathologist. She has served patients at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s main campus for more than ten years.  Jennifer received her master’s degree from Temple University in Philadelphia in 2007 and was dually enrolled in the Bilingual Emphasis Program. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville in 2005. She is a member of the Nicklaus Children’s Craniofacial Center team, the feeding and swallowing team as well as the Beckwith Wiedemann Syndrome support team.  Her clinical specialty is in the area of bilingual language and phonological development.  She currently conducts evaluation and treatment of speech and language disorders as well as feeding and swallowing disorders in both the outpatient and inpatient setting.  

Visit her website: Nicklaus Children's Hospital Center for BWS

Recent Blog Posts

From Babbling to Words: How to Stimulate Your Child’s Language During the First Year of Life

The first year of a child’s life is full of wonderful firsts: The first nerve wracking car ride home after the hospital, the first time he or she smiles, the first time a child actually sleeps through the night (yay) and, of course, the first time you hear your child’s voice. Your child will begin to communicate with you and express himself long before you even hear his first word.