Nicole Hoyer García|
Germany - Spain
Early Intervention Specialist
Child and adult speech therapy
Languages: German, Spanish and English
She considered herself a flexible and empathetic person who was always sure about her vocation for speech therapy and the work with children and adults.
After growing up in Germany, she moved to Spain where she began her degree and completed her studies of Speech Therapy at the University of Murcia. Afterwards, she did an internship at a bilingual English-Spanish school at the department of learning difficulties.
She then began her professional career as a Speech therapist in a multidisciplinary centre focused on speech therapy and languages, where she carried out therapeutic work with children and adults and also gave English and German classes. She has experience in working with language and learning disorders such as pronunciation and correct articulation of language and its possible delay, as well as specific language disorders, such as learning difficulties in reading and writing and in affectations at neurological level such as Aphasia.
In 2016 Nicole moved to Madrid to complete a Master's Degree in Early Intervention by ITEAP, which has allowed her to specialize in the set of interventions aimed at children aged 0-6 years, the family and their environment. This type of care aims to respond as soon as possible to the transitory or permanent needs of children with developmental disorders or who are at risk of developing them.
She currently works for Sinews as a speech therapist and trough Sinews at the St.George College as a specialist in educational support.