Jenny graduated from the University of South Alabama in 1998 with a B. S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences and in 2000 with a M. S. in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her Clinical Fellowship Year and began her career in Gastonia, NC where she gained experience working in a variety of settings including home health, school environment, vocational rehab center and long-term care facility. In 2001 Jenny moved to Georgia and has worked in both private practice/clinic settings as well as public-school settings. Since relocating to Georgia, Jenny’s sole focus has been to help children improve their communication skills. She has taken extensive continuing education classes in motor planning disorders/Apraxia and is Level 1 PROMPT trained. Jenny also has concentrated her continuing education in the areas of childhood language development, sensory feeding techniques and emotional regulation strategies. Jenny is a certified ASHA member and holds a license to practice in the state of Georgia.