Estefanía García

Estefanía García - Sant Pau

Speech therapist Estefanía García Hernández graduated from the Faculty of Health Sciences in Manresa (UAB). Subsequently, she completed a master’s degree in Neurologopedia at the Clinical School of Neuropsychology and Language Pathology at the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. Her clinical work initially focused on the rehabilitation of language, speech, and swallowing … Read more

Júlia Filella Mercè

Júlia Filella

The speech therapist Júlia Filella Mercè graduated from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. She completed a master’s degree in Oropharyngeal Dysphagia at the Clinical School of Neuropsychology and Language Pathology and in Nutrition and Health at the Open University of Catalonia. Her clinical work initially focused on Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems with individuals with … Read more

Bilingual Factors Associated with Cognitive Reserve and Linguistic Resilience in Hispanics with Primary Progressive Aphasia

bilingual factors - Sant Pau Memory Unit

Bilingual Factors Associated with Cognitive Reserve and Linguistic Resilience in Hispanics with Primary Progressive Aphasia Recent studies demonstrate that being bilingual can delay the onset of dementia by an average of 4-5 years. Stephanie Grasso (University of Texas at Austin) & Miguel Ángel Santos-Santos (Memory Unit at Hospital Sant Pau) received a R01 grant (clinical … Read more

Sonia-Karin Marqués Kiderle

Sonia Marqués - Sant Pau Memory Unit - Barcelona

Sonia-Karin Marqués Kiderle is a Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) in the Hospital Sant Pau Memory Unit. She graduated from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and the KU Leuven University (Belgium, Erasmus Program) after having completed her final thesis on the study of the Efficacy of intensive speech and language treatments in primary progressive aphasia. … Read more