Tuesday, November 6, 2012

C'ead Mile Failte - A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

Hello world of blogging! My name is Mallory, I am a Speech-Language Pathologist in Missouri and I am so excited to start this new adventure of sharing resources!

Here is just a little bit about me! Originally I came to Missouri State University to play golf, over those 4 years of undergraduate school I fell in love with the field of Speech-Language Pathology. In 2009 I graduate from Missouri State University with my Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology! I continued on with my education and graduated from Missouri State University in 2011 with my Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology.

Now I am licensed by the state of Missouri under the Board of Healing Arts and I hold my Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC) with the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). 

After graduation I found 2 wonderful jobs! I work full time in one hospital as an Outpatient Speech-Language Pathologist and primarily work with a pediatric population of all ages and adults of all ages. I also work PRN (as needed) at a different hospital in acute care where I work with primarily adults with various communication, cognition, and/or swallowing disorders.

I have to say that I just love both of my jobs and I am so thankful to have found the field of Speech-Language Pathology! Everyday I have the opportunity to take a personal adventure into some sort of communication or swallowing hurdle a person may be experiencing.

With this blog I hope for many things! Here are just a few of my hopes!

1.     Create materials with supported evidence based practice for my patient’s and for other Speech-Language Pathologist or anyone else interested in this field!

2.     Reviews of scholarly articles pertinent to the field of Speech-Language Pathology.

3.     Share my thoughts on treatment materials including applications for iPad!

4.     Provide a place where no questions are silly!!!!

5.     Post educational videos and resources!

Comments and suggestions are always welcome here on this blog or
in a private e-mail to SpiritedSpeechPathology@gmail.com

Thank you for starting this journey with me!


  1. Love your blog! I'm looking forward to reading more!

  2. Yay!! Thanks, Mallory! Looking forward to some great information and sharing.