Glass, Emily, M.A., CCC-SLP

Assistant Instructor 

Phone: 813.974.2422
Office: PCD 3004

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Emily Glass, M.A., CCC-SLP is currently a Visiting Clinical Instructor and practicing Speech-Language Pathologist in the USF Speech-Language Clinic for the Voice, Fluency, and Neurogenics Practicum.  She completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL.  During her professional career as a Speech-Language Pathologist, Emily has provided skilled evaluation and intervention services to adult and geriatric populations in the inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living, and acute care settings.  Her areas of clinical specialty include neurogenic cognitive-communication disorders (dysarthria, aphasia, acquired apraxia of speech, cognitive impairment) and dysphagia, with primary interest in rehabilitation following stroke and traumatic brain injury.  In clinical practice, Emily has developed a passion for patient/client-centered care with use of functional and evidence-based therapeutic approaches to maximize outcomes and improve quality of life.  She also holds specialty certifications in the SPEAK OUT! Program for clients with Parkinson’s Disease and VitalStim (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation) treatment for dysphagia. 

Master of Arts in CSD University of Central Florida 2013
Bachelor of Science in CSD University of Central Florida 2011


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