Speech Therapy specializing in the assessment and treatment
of communication disorders, including speech and language, social
communication, cognition, voice and swallowing disorders in pediatrics and
adults. Our goal is to work closely with families and caregivers to
provide quality services and to establish a home education program in order to
maximize benefits of therapy.
Jayne M. Allen, M.S.CCC/SLP
Jayne M. Allen, M.S.CCC/SLP earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from the University of Kentucky and a Master of Science degree in Allied Health-Communication Disorders from the University of Kentucky. Ms. Allen has 24 years experience providing diagnostic and treatment services for a diverse population of infants, children and adults with varying degrees of severity of communication and cognitive disorders resulting from CVA, traumatic brain injury, developmental delays, hearing impairments, laryngectomy, degenerative diseases, natural aging process and various syndromes, including Autism, Down's, CHARGE, Aspergers, Kabuki, Angelman, Fragile X, Cri-du-Chat, Prader-Willi, Beckwith-Wiedemanns, Fetal Alcohol, etc). She assesses and treats aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, alaryngeal speech, cognitive.-linguistic deficits, articulation and phonological disorders, disfluency and language disorders. In addition, Ms. Allen assesses and treats dysphagia (feeding/swallowing difficulties) related to oral sensory defensiveness, oral motor weakness, structural anomalies, natural aging process and neurological deficits. She holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence and is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association. She is licensed by the Kentucky Board of Audiology and Speech Pathology. She has served as board member of the Kentucky Head Injury Association and a committee member of the Monitoring Advisory Committee (MAC-KDEC). Ms. Allen is owner and director of Allen-Clark Speech/Language Rehabilitative Services, Inc.