Carly Morris, MA, CCC–SLP
Received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorder from the Pennsylvania State University, followed by Master of Arts in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign. While in graduate school, Carly received a training scholarship to research and explore relationships between parents and children, with emphasis on parental involvement in the treatment and progress of their children undergoing speech therapy. Following graduate school, Carly completed her internship in the outpatient feeding department at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA).
As practicing speech therapist, Carly has treated a variety of speech and language disorders and symptoms including autism, Down Syndrome, other genetic syndromes, neuro-motor disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, a variety of emotional disorders, as well as stuttering. Carly is particularly passionate about feeding and swallowing disorders (sensory, behavioral, and oral-motor based disorders). Her experience also includes discontinuation of g-tubes.
Carly grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and now resides in Atlanta, GA,. She enjoys college football, golf, shopping, travelling with family and friends, reading, as well as babysitting families with children with special needs.