JUNE RYDBERG, MS, CCC-SLP, is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with over 25 years of acute care experience whose clinical subspecialties include swallowing, traumatic brain injury, stroke rehabilitation, apraxia, autism, pediatrics, and assisting patients in palliative decision making for the dysphasic patient. She currently works in a level 1 trauma hospital in Saint Paul, Minnesota, treating neurologically impaired adults and geriatrics.

June has been an adjunct faculty member at Concordia University-Mequon, WI and St. Paul, MN teaching graduate coursework on Autism, Mild and Moderate Disabilities and Communication and Language Disorders for Teachers. June developed the curriculum and taught both in classroom and on line courses. Ms. Rydberg received her bachelor's degree from University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and her master's degree from the Marquette University. During her professional tenure she has been a direct care provider in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, schools, early intervention and homecare settings, as well as owning her own practice.