Lynn Medley, M.S., CCC-SLP - Communication and Educational Specialist, Co-Director, MMTA
Undergraduate Degree: Vanderbilt University
Master’s Degree: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Joined MMTA in 2005
Areas of special interest:
-Conversation as a social language skill
-Social development in individuals with social language deficits
-The roles and methods of schools in teaching students with social language needs
-She is a single mom of a teen boy she adores
-She is a member of the Unitarian Universalist faith and has a special interest in religious education
-She reads whenever she can and likes to get outdoors when it's not too hot
-She takes a lot of pictures, especially of her son, of barns, and of unusual patterns she sees in nature
Some things you may not know about Lynn:
-She hails from the deep south
-She once won a cow chip throwing contest at a sorghum festival (if you have no idea what that means, just ask her!)
-She is the office “handyman”
-She is addicted to Diet Dr. Pepper
-Her first paying job as an SLP was doing research on the effects of middle ear fluid on language development in low income African American children.
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