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Margaret M. Laskowski, Ph.D., CCC-SLP/TSHH-BE

Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

B.S., Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology, The College of New JerseyM.S., Speech Language Pathology, Columbia UniversityPh.D., Speech Physiology , Columbia University


Dr. Margaret M. Laskowski is an ASHA certified and New York / New Jersey state licensed speech-language pathologist who serves as an Assistant Professor within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Long Island University - Post.  Dr. Laskowski’s over 30 years of clinical experience is broad, serving clients on the continuum from infant to adults.  She has worked in clinical settings, private practice, university clinics, and in one of the largest and most culturally diverse public school districts in the New York metropolitan area.  Dr. Laskowski has also earned her NYS bilingual extension through The Intensive Teaching Institute at Columbia University.  She also holds PROMPT Certification Levels I & II and Neuro Developmental (NDT) Certification.  Dr. Laskowski has participated in state and county programs, written grants, guest lectured, provided peer training, and mentored both graduate students and colleagues.


Language development and language learning disorders, cultural and linguistic diversity, motor speech disorders, pre-speech/feeding disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and evaluation and intervention.


Lectures and Presentations

Technology Use to Support Individuals Invited Poster Presentation
With Disabilities in NY State NYS Speech-Language-Hearing
April 2017 Association Annual Convention

Trends in Speech Pathology Invited Guest Lecturer
March 2017 Department of Communications 
Annual Colloquium
Nassau Community College

Working with Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Symposium Guest Lecturer
Students & Families Long Island University – Post
May 2016

Language Delay, Disorder, or Difference Invited Guest Lecturer
February 2015 Long Island University – Post

Best Practice in Bilingual & Monolingual Invited Guest Lecturer
School Evaluations Long Island University – Post
September 2014

Collaboration for Success – Educational Staff Invited Guest Lecturer – Columbia 
October 2013 University Teachers College

Collaboration for Success – Bilingual Psychologists Invited Guest Lecturer – Columbia 
October 2012 University Teachers College

Referral Guidelines for Multicultural Students Superintendent’s Conference Day
March 2009 Patchogue-Medford UFSD

Assessment of Linguistically Diverse Student Eastern Suffolk BOCES
November 2008


Professional Affiliations

American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)
Long Island Speech-Language and Hearing Association (LISHA)
New York State Speech-Language and Hearing Association (NYSSLHA)