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About Hannah

Hannah has experience working across the lifespan, with pediatric and adult populations alike. She has experience with fluency disorders, articulation and phonological delays, receptive and expressive language disorders, pragmatic language disorders, aphasia, dysarthria, traumatic brain injury, and gender-affirming voice modification and treatment. She has worked with children and adults with Down Syndrome, Autism, Anoxic Brain Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and with AAC devices, among many others. She has worked in acute care, a voice clinic, public/charter schools, daycares, inpatient and outpatient rehab (long-term care and skilled nursing), and in-home settings.

Hannah received her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology in 2020 from North Carolina Central University and received two bachelor’s degrees in Health and Wellness Promotion & Religious Studies from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.

Before graduate school, Hannah spent time volunteering with Partners in Health and other health initiatives to promote local and global health advocacy for under-served communities.

In her free time, Hannah enjoys spending time with her son. She loves spending time outside, exploring museums, reading, and playing cooperative board games.

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