Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Nicole Hoenig, M.S., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty


B.S. and M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology, Loyola College 2000 & 2002


Area of Specialty

Adult Cognitive-Communication Disorders

Cognitive-Communication Disorders Related to Dementia



A native Baltimore resident, Nicole earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Loyola.  She has been practicing since 2002.  Nicole has worked in a variety of settings, with a great deal of time spent working in inpatient rehabilitation and traumatic brain injury rehab and sub-acute rehabilitation in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and in the community.  Nicole volunteers as a facilitator of a monthly Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group through the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Maryland Chapter.  Nicole joined the Loyola Clinical Faculty in Columbia in August, 2016 as a graduate student supervisor in the adult neurogenic clinical rotation.  Nicole is married and lives in Oliver Beach, MD with her husband and two children. 



2015-2018 Master Clinician- Cognitive Communication Disorders Related to Dementia- Genesis Rehabilitation Services

2015 Certified Support Group Facilitator- Alzheimer’s Association (Greater MD Chapter)

2015 Certified Trainer for Assisted Living Facilities Annual COMAR Required Education– Maryland State Board of Health and Mental Hygiene and Alzheimer’s Association

2016 Trained in Myofascial Release Techniques for Dysphagia Management


Sarah Calamita


Both the love for Baltimore and the relationships she developed with professors as an undergrad inspired Sarah to pursue her master's at Loyola

Speech-Language Pathology