PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

Kelsey Sigg grew up in Ithaca, New York where she completed high school and attended Ithaca College. Kelsey graduated from Ithaca College with an undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, Kelsey moved to Boston to pursue a graduate degree from Boston University.

During graduate school, Kelsey completed several internships ranging from working in a substantially separate classroom for children with autism spectrum disorder, to an acute care adult rehabilitation center, then finally interning here at Boston Children’s Hospital. She remained at BCH and completed her clinical fellowship, focusing on outpatient clinical feeding evaluations, feeding therapy and modified barium swallow studies. Kelsey has worked in several multidisciplinary clinics including the Growth and Nutrition Program and the Down Syndrome Program.

More recently Kelsey has transitioned to an inpatient role working predominantly with children with cardiac defects, and continues to work in an outpatient role completing modified barium swallow studies and clinical feeding evaluations through the Center for Advanced Intestinal Rehabilitation.

CERTIFICATIONS

  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association