Rebecca Eisenberg, MS, CCC-SLP, is a certified speech-language pathologist who has been working in the field of assistive technology since 1999. She currently works on the assistive technology team at Westchester Institute for Human Development in Valhalla, NY, focusing on augmentative and alternative communication.
She began her website, Language During Mealtime, and podcast to create valuable resources for parents and educators in the field of children’s literature. She is the author of multiple published games for children with complex communication needs, a storytime workbook, a parent’s guide, and seven children’s books. Rebecca also started a website and YouTube channel LifeSkills2Learn, which focuses specifically on Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Life Skills for Teens and Adults with Developmental Disabilities. To learn more about AAC and life skills, visit her website at http://www.lifeskills2learn.com