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Kelley D. Shaw, M.S., CCC-SLP

Kelley has been practicing in the field of speech pathology for 13 years in a variety of clinical settings. After graduating from Towson University in 1999, she completed her Clinical Fellowship in the Anne Arundel County Infants and Toddlers Program. With the itch to pursue training in research and autism, Kelley then moved on to work under Dr. Rebecca Landa at Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Center for Autism and Related Disorders. She worked at KKI with CARD, PACT and CFSP programs for over 8 years, in home, clinical, and child care settings. Kelley furthered her professional development by completing a Master’s Level Certificate in Education of Students with Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders in May of 2005. In August of 2006, Kelley developed and led the Early Starts Inclusive Child Care Program, an early intervention preschool model for very young children suspected of having Autism Spectrum Disorders. Following the birth of her second of two boys, Kelley made the difficult decision to leave KKI and pursue her own private practice.  She has extensive training in working with young children with autism spectrum disorders, suspected apraxia of speech, sensory issues, and other developmental issues. Kelley enjoys attending professional development seminars as part of her training and to enhance her knowledge. She lives in Catonsville with her husband, her adorable boys, and their dog Boh.

Trainings/Certifications: SCERTS, Pivotal Response Training, Hanen Certification: It Takes Two to Talk, Sensory Integration for SLPs, Verbal Behavior/V. Carbone, Beckman Oral Motor Protocol, Prompts for Restructuring Oral Motor Phonetic Targets: Level 1 (PROMPT), Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Clinical Assessment (ADOS), Floor Time/DIR, Picture Exchange Communication System Levels 1-2,  Kaufman Apraxia Assessment and Treatment, Discrete Trial Training

     

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Published on November 12, 2008 at 4:07 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Hi, I am a prospective graduate student planning to apply to graduate school next year. Currently, I am taking prerequisites to get my Masters Degree in SLP. Could you give me any advice in where I can gain experience in the SLP field? I am currently looking for any part time research positions, or jobs in speech clinics. I am eager to get my feet wet in this field.

    Any advice or recommendations will help. Thank you! Look forward to hearing from you.

  2. Hi! The SLP field is great! You can definitely get a sense of the field by looking into volunteer jobs, not sure about paid work at this point. You may want to look at Kennedy Krieger Institute. They have a lot of programs that accept undergraduate degrees for instructor positions both at the school and research positions in various programs. You may also want to look into doing internships/independent studies with various clinics and programs so that you may get credit for your work. There are many hospitals, schools, and clinics that may be looking for extra help. I would suggest narrowing down your interest and going from there. Hope this helps!


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