Lorriann Mahan works part time for the department as a lecturer, clinical educator, staff speech-language pathologist, and undergraduate coordinator. In addition to academic teaching and advising, she provides clinical supervision for graduate students at the Conley Speech, Language and Hearing Center and a local preschool. For 15 years, Ms. Mahan worked in the public schools with kindergarten to eighth grade students. She has a private practice that focuses primarily on children ages 12 months to elementary age, where she uses a family-centered treatment approach. Areas of interest include phonological development and delay/disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, language learning impairment and autism spectrum disorder.
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