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Kellyn Hall

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Contact Information

Title:
Associate Professor, Communication Disorders Program
Department:
Email:
khall64@nccu.edu
Phone:
(919) 530-7690
Fax:
(919) 530-7975
Office:
2096 H. M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building

Jobs/Responsibilities

EDSH 5724 Dysphagia
EDSH 5721 Motor Speech Disorders
EDSH 5722 Language Disorders in Adults
EDSH 5798 Research Design
EDSH 5800 Capstone/Thesis
EDSH 5770 Voice Disorders

Biography

Kellyn Hall, Ph.D. CCC/SLP is a clinician, researcher, and author with over 30 years experience working in a variety of medical settings. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at North Carolina Central University where she teaches medical speech-language pathology courses and coordinates the speech therapy telepractice program at NCCU. She has authored and lectured extensively in the areas of coding and reimbursement, ethics, Medicare documentation, dysphagia and telepractice. She is the author of Pediatric Dysphagia Resource Guide and has created online courses for CEU credit on clinical practice in dysphagia and medical speech-language pathology. As the chair of the North Carolina's Speech-Language, Hearing Association Professional Affairs subcommittee on Health Care, she is committed to educating and preparing SLPs for the Medicare changes that lie ahead.

Research Interests

Dr. Hall's current research focuses on the development and implementation of dining culture change practices for residents with dysphagia living in skilled nursing facilities. She is also developing a training program to teach telepractice as a service delivery model for future speech-language pathologists.

Education

PhD University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 1991
MS Baylor University 1984
BS Baylor University 1983
 
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