Darla Kimbrough, M.S.

Adjunct Professor

Education: M.S., Speech-Language Pathology, University of the District of Columbia, B.A., Youngstown State University.

Courses Taught: Voice Disorders, Speech Hearing Disorders and Related Discipline, Phonological Disorders, Structural Abnormalities/Voice DisordersFunctional Disorders, Speech-Language Pathology Procedures and Methods, Survey of Speech Pathology, Clinical Practicum in Speech Pathology.

Professional Experience: Ms. Kimbrough has over 17 years of experience in a variety of settings including early intervention centers, home care, private practice, public schools, private schools, university clinics, hospitals and nursing homes planning and administering Speech-Language Pathology evaluations, implementing appropriate treatment, documenting provision of care, clinical management of clinicians/facilities and managing special projects.

Research Interests:  Ms. Kimbrough’s research interests are language development, disorders in infants and toddlers and neurogenic voice impairments.

Darla Kimbrough, M.S.
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