Speech and language pathologist, feeding therapist, special education teacher, and NDT-Bobath therapist. With over ten years of experience in neurological rehabilitation, Marcelina began her career working with Patients with multiple sclerosis, and has since gone on to work in several prestigious institutions, including the Institute of Mother and Child, the Warsaw Hospital for Children and The Children’s Memorial Health Institute. Marcelina is an accomplished author, having written articles on feeding children with dysphagia and dysarthria in the course of multiple sclerosis, as well as a guidebook for MS Patients. She has also received training in dysphagia diagnosis and treatment from the Department of Otolaryngology at the Warsaw Center for Clinical Health and the Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin. Marcelina is a member of the European Society for Swallowing Disorders and the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society. She provides early intervention therapy to children with neurological disorders, specializing in prematurely born infants with neurological or genetic disorders, and non-verbal children. Marcelina manages children with alternative communication methods and feeding disorders, including those fed through gastrostomy and enteral nutrition. She also diagnoses and treats children with neurogenic speech disorders.