The Speech Therapy Team at MAGIS are experienced in interventions for children with Autism, Down Syndrome, speech and language delay, global developmental delay, feeding disorders, speech disorders due to physical impairment.
Part of the Team also handles adult cases, including but not limited to rehabilitation for speech and language disorders, and other cognitive, language, and feeding disorders.
Enzo Bueza, CSP-PASP
Teacher Enzo is a board-certified Speech and Language Pathologist who completed his degree in the University of the Philippines – Manila. He is currently practicing in the pediatric setting. Enzo is a PROMPT-trained (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) therapist, a subspecialization that uses tactile-kinsethetic approach to speech therapy. He is also affiliated with the REACH Foundation where he trains paraprofessionals in handling children with special needs.
Adrian Reyes, CSP-PASP
Teacher Adrian is a PROMPT-Trained Speech language Pathologist. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in the University of Santo Tomas. He works in a variety of settings including private clinics and home service. He works with pediatric individuals who have speech and language disorders as well as geriatric clients with cognitive, language, swallowing, or motor speech disorders due to neurological onset.
Michelle Andrea Vigilia, SLP
Teacher Andi graduated from the University of Santo Tomas with a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She has experience handling cases within the pediatric and geriatric population in the hospital, clinical and community-based setting. In the pediatric setting, she has performed evaluation and intervention of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Genetic Disorders and Developmental Language Delays, among others. In the future, Teacher Andi plans to establish her own private pediatric therapy clinic.
April Denisse Despuig, CSP-PASP
Currently on hiatus
Teacher Denisse completed her degree in Speech and Language Pathology at the University of the Philippines – Manila. In her practice, she has helped and handled children with Speech and Language Delay, Autism, Global Developmental Delay, and Down Syndrome in both one-on-one and group settings. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Education, major in Early Childhood Education at De La Salle University.