Kelly Morgan, MS, CCC-SLP
Kelly Morgan, SLP graduated cum laude from the University of Utah with a BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She earned her Master’s degree from University of Washington in Seattle. She fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and remained there for 14 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including acute care, inpatient rehab, outpatient clinics, and public schools. She has a particular interest in working with challenging and complex children including those who may have augmentative and alternative communication needs. Kelly is a certified instructor for both the Hanen “It Takes Two to Talk” as well as the “More Than Words” programs. She is also PROMPT level II trained.
Kelly has more than 10 years experience working in the field of speech language pathology in a variety of settings for both children and adults. Her special interest areas include Autism Spectrum Disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, and motor speech disorders. She loves the collaborative approach of early intervention and believes that parents should be included in all aspects of treatment.
Kelly has always been focused on research and evidenced based practice approaches. While in graduate school she conducted an optional research study in the area of motor speech disorders as her thesis and later published this study in addition to presenting it at the American Speech and Hearing Association National conference in 2008. As her career has progressed, she has remained committed to evidence-based practice by taking high quality continuing education courses and keeping up to date with current research related to her field and special interests.
Kelly grew up skiing and mountain biking in the mountains of Utah. She fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and remained there for 14 years. Kelly recently relocated to the area of Summerlin with her husband and 2 children. She is learning new places to mountain bike, hike and watch her beloved Huskies. She is getting used to the heat and escaping to the mountains of Utah whenever possible.