By Shannon Frost Greenstein
This week’s first Remarkable Woman is Orna Kempler-Azulay, President and Founder of Abington Speech Pathology Services (ASPS). ASPS strives to assist individuals of all ages with effective communication skills and improved daily living. Orna describes ASPS’ exciting new development “RemoteSpeech.” RemoteSpeech combines crystal clear voice technology with the sharpest video to provide next generation video calling and high definition delivery. It is very user-friendly and offers even those with a speech or language delay the ability to utilize the program. As Orna says, “We know that speech tele-therapy is the next direction our industry is taking. We are thrilled to be on the cutting edge of medical advancements utilizing the Internet.”
Marilyn’s second Remarkable Woman is Rachel Ammon, Kind of Prussia District’s Director of Marketing and Communications. Rachel discusses King of Prussia Restaurant Week, which begins next Monday the 5th and runs through March 11th. While it should come as no surprise that KOP has a rastaurant for every palate and taste, what is even better is dineKOP, a set of prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus, for which a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia King of Prussia Specialty Care Center. Additionally, dineKOP Restaurant Week is proud to introduce KOP Shops for CHOP, a charitable day of shopping to benefit the CHOP KOP Specialty Care Center.