Sarah Smith, MCD, CCC-SLP
Sarah Smith MCD, CCC-SLP is originally from Ohio and completed her bachelor degree at Cleveland State University before finishing her master of Communication Disorders at University of South Carolina in 2017. Choosing to remain in the south, Sarah has found that Georgia offers young speech pathologists unique career opportunities. Sarah currently works closely with Otolaryngology (ENT) at the Georgia Cancer Center and is specializing in head and neck cancer rehabilitation for patients undergoing surgery, radiation and chemotherapies who may need help with swallowing and communication. She also specializes in Parkinson's rehabilitation, ALS management and voice disorders. Sarah is currently working on her board certification to become a swallowing specialist, for which she will be eligible in 2022.
Laryngectomy and Voice Prosthesis Care
Certifications: American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile (MBSImP) Speak Out! (R) LSVT LOUD CPR Education and Training: Cleveland State University - Bachelor of Speech and Hearing University of South Carolina - Master of Communication Disorders Awards: ASHA Continuing Education (ACE) July, 2020 Community Involvement: Executive Counsel Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association (GSHA) 2021-2022 GSHA Presenter 2021 -
Evidence based, patient centered care
Certified Speech-Language Pathologist (Outpatient)
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