Sarah Allen, M.S., CCC-SLP, earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Georgia State University and her Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from North Carolina Central University. She has clinical experience with the pediatric population in the pre-k and elementary school ages regarding speech, language, fluency, social communication, developmental delay, autism spectrum disorder, specific learning disability, traumatic brain injury, intellectual disability and hearing impairment.
Sarah also has experience with the adult population in acute and inpatient rehab settings regarding dysphagia, speech, executive function, cognition, voice, and language.Building relationships, helping individuals progress in their goals, and providing guidance in client/caregiver education are aspects she enjoys most about being in this profession. Her areas of interest in speech-language pathology include executive function and cognition, early intervention, pediatric feeding, dysphagia, voice, tracheostomy, augmentative and alternative communication and language and motor learning.
During her leisure time, Sarah enjoys outdoor activities, being creative and spending time with her family.