Speech and Language Therapy

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2901 W. Busch Blvd, #1005
Tampa, Florida 33618

About Us

Gildar and Associates was started in 1987. We are located in North Tampa and are easily accessible from Carrollwood, West Chase, Town and Country, Temple Terrace and Lutz. We provide services for the pediatric population with varying exceptionalities and communication disorders, including but not limited to disorders of expressive and receptive language, articulation, phonological delays, autism spectrum disorders, feeding, developmental verbal apraxia, stuttering, voice, and reading. The clinicians are highly trained, and constantly complete continuing education courses to be current in research and to be able to offer our patients the most up to date treatment. We are dedicated to the children we serve, offering compassionate and quality treatment.


Enid Gildar, MA,CCC-SLP

Enid is nationally certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Associatiion, holding and maintaining her Certificate of Clinical Competency. Enid has received multiple ASHA awards for continuing education (ACE). She is also licensed by the state of Florida to practice speech and language therapy. As an active member of the Florida Speech Language Hearing Association, she holds the position of chair person of the Medicaid Task Force. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Penn State University and her Master of Arts from Temple University. Prior to settling in Tampa she worked for the Philadelphia School Board, the Lebanon-Lancaster Intermediate Unit, both in Pennsylvania. When not working with children Enid enjoys yoga, reading  and hiking with her husband and visiting her grandchildren in Colorado and Pennsylvania..

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Diane S. Merin, MS., CCC-SLP

Diane is a Florida licensed and ASHA Certified speech-language pathologist. She has been part of the Tampa Bay community since 1991, providing speech and language therapy for over 30 years. She received her Masters of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Florida State University.  Diane specializes in the area of early intervention with children who present with expressive and/or receptive language delays, autism, and apraxia of speech. She is PROMPT trained through Bridging. When not working, Diane enjoys spending time with her husband and her dogs, Angelina and Chance and her cat, Jack, gardening and creating with photography.