Natalia Montalvo Ayala, M.S. CF-SLP, is a state-licensed Speech-Language Pathologist working towards national certification through ASHA. Natalia attended The University of Georgia for her undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Science and Albizu University—Miami Campus for her Masters in Speech and Language Pathology. Born in Puerto Rico and raised in Georgia, she is fully
bilingual and proficient in both Spanish and English. Natalia has experience working with children of all ages from toddlers to adolescents, adults, and geriatrics with a variety of disorders and special needs. Her clinical experience includes treating expressive and receptive language disorders, social-pragmatic language disorders, articulation, phonological disorders, and voice. During her free time, she loves
traveling, watching and attending sporting events, and spending time with her family!
Natalia moved back to Georgia to fulfill a need in the community as a bilingual speech pathologist. She is happy to be back in the Buford/Sugar Hill area and excited to be a part of the Helping Hands family!