Jill Hendricks, M.A., CCC-SLP
Jill joined MMTA in 2011 as an intern and began working as a clinician during the summer of 2015. Jill received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Temple University Honors Program. As an undergraduate student, she volunteered in Temple University’s Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Gerry Stefanatos. During graduate school, Jill worked with a variety of populations from preschool through adulthood. She presented case studies to graduate students and faculty in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department on topics ranging from language regression in autism to assessing receptive language in bilingual children to multi-modal intervention for an adult with severe global aphasia.
Between degrees Jill became a behavior therapist in Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties and worked in home, school, and community settings in Early Intervention throughout graduate school. After graduate school she became certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT) program and briefly worked as a teacher assistant at the HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Multiple Disabilities in West Philadelphia.
At MMTA Jill conducts evaluations and provides individual and group therapy to the full age spectrum of clients. Jill’s interests include AAC, voice, social engagement, and social cognition. She enjoys collaborating with other professionals and with family members to help each child reach his or her full potential.