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Migdalia earned her bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Connecticut and her master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Gallaudet University. Her career in education includes over 22 years of experience in public schools and private special education schools and clinics, serving students across all grade levels for school districts and families across the state of Connecticut. These unique educational and professional experiences laid the foundation for Migdalia's expertise and passion for working with culturally and linguistically diverse and neurodiverse students. Her expertise lies in assessing language, reading, and writing disorders and designing research-based intervention plans for students with complex learning profiles (ADHD, ASD, Bilingual, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, 2E learners). Migdalia is also fluent and qualified to provide evaluations and interventions in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language.

In 2016, Migdalia founded A.L.L. Diagnostics & Consulting, LLC, an educational evaluation and consulting practice specializing in independent language and literacy evaluations, educational consulting, and professional development for school districts and families across the state of Connecticut. In 2021, Migdalia expanded her private practice to include intervention services through the Language & Literacy Lab. She also continues to provide training, professional development, and coaching for schools and professionals in the areas of literacy and language. 

Migdalia is committed to empowering her clients with the tools to advance their skills in the most efficient and effective manner possible. In all of her interactions, Migdalia's goal is to support her clients in gaining confidence in their skills while experiencing success through engaging in challenging tasks. Taking a strengths-based approach helps her clients take pride in their abilities and use their strengths to master skills that may have seemed impossible before.

To learn more about Migdalia's approach to intervention, visit the FAQ page


  • Professional Development Consultant - Catapult Learning

  • National Test Examiner: Pearson, Linguisystems, Super Duper Inc.

  • Certified LANGUAGE! Trainer - Voyager Sopris Learning

  • Grant Recipient: Connecticut Education Association, Foundation for West Hartford Public Schools, American School for the Deaf

  • Guest Lecturer: Southern CT State University, Manchester Community College, Voyager Sopris Learning

  • Clinical Supervisor & Site Coordinator: Graduate Clinicians & Clinical Fellows from SCSU, UCONN & California State University Northridge


  • International Dyslexia Association (IDA) CT Branch, Board of Directors, K-12 Education Committee Chairperson

  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

  • ASHA Special Interest Groups: Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Populations; School-Based Issues

  • CT SDE Stakeholders Planning Group on Closing the Achievement Gap

  • CT SDE Stakeholders Group on Indicators 9 & 10 (Disproportionality)

  • CT Education Association Commission on Instruction & Professional Development

  • CT Council of Language, Speech & Hearing Coordinators in the Public Schools

  • CT Speech-Language-Hearing Association | School Leadership Council (Co-President)

  • WHPS Professional Learning & Evaluation Council

  • WHPS Curriculum & Professional Development Council

  • WHPS SRBI for English Language Learners Workgroup (Co-Facilitator)

  • WHPS SLD/Dyslexia Workgroup (Co-Facilitator)

  • WHPS Special Education Parent Teacher Organization

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