My own suggestion for her would be:
Chop up each long sentence and then terminate each sentence sub-clause with upturned voice inflection, framing each clause as a QUESTION, incrementally completing the sentence.
“I went to the movies, bought some potato chips, watched the movie and had a good time.”
“I went the movies...? Bought some potato chips, ya know...? And watched the movie, having a good time.”
“I went, like, to the movieeeees..?? (eyebrows up high) And I, like....bought some potato chips...?? (soliticiting agreement on critical potato chip POINT) And then I totally watched that movie, and LIKE, had a really good time, and stuff...”
This would REALLY enhance her presentation style.
BTW, can you explain the "sshhtruggle-sshhtruggle" thing? I visite HI on a regular basis, and noticed, about 30 years ago, that many young Islanders pronounced "street" as "sshhtreet" and so on. I assumed that it was a "local" thing. Now, increasingly, I'm hearing it from Mainlanders - even t.v. news reporters. What's with that?