Shannon Presley received her M.S. in speech-language pathology from the University of North Texas. She has worked as a speech clinical supervisor at the University of North Texas since January of 2005. Prior to working at the UNT clinic, Mrs. Presley worked in a day neuro program for brain injured adults.
At the UNT Speech and Hearing Clinic, her clientele includes both school aged children and adults. In addition, Mrs. Presley coordinates group programs for adults with brain injuries as well as users of Augmentative and Alternative Communication. She also is a member of a team assessment with the Child and Family Resource Clinic for school age children and completes voice evaluations with a faculty member. Specific areas of interest include: Adult neurogenic communication disorders, Voice disorders, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), and Dyslexia. In addition to supervising graduate students in the clinic, Mrs. Presley teaches a graduate clinic course as well as an undergraduate introductory course in the major.
Last, she has presented at the Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Conference with faculty as well as graduate students on areas of narrative skills, AAC, and dyslexia.
More information about Mrs. Presley can be found in the Faculty Information System.