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Meet Our Therapy Director, Mallory Moore, M.S. CCC-SLP

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On December 9, 2017 DotCom Therapy® announced the onboarding of Therapy Director, Mallory Moore, M.S. CCC-SLP.  Mallory’s main focus will be continuing DotCom’s mission to be the best place for therapists to work by providing consistent and continued onboarding, management and supervision of all therapists.  As part of Mallory’s introduction to our therapists, schools and patients, we wanted to give everyone a chance to get to know her better.

What made you want to become a speech-language pathologist?

Becoming a speech-language pathologist has been one of the most rewarding decisions of my life. I earned my Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Missouri State University in 2009 and 2011 respectively. Over the past six years I have worked in outpatient rehabilitation, acute care, and a long-term acute care facility. In these experiences, I have been able to work with a wide variety of individuals of all age ranges and with diverse disorders.

Due to my deep love of patient care, I continue to work in outpatient rehabilitation. I have a specialty focus on treating individuals with dysphagia, voice disorders, head and neck cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. I have been fortunate to have specialty training in Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS), myofascial release, laryngoscopy/videostroboscopy, tracheoesophageal voice prosthesis management, fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallow, and modified barium swallow studies.

Currently, I am completing my clinical doctorate at Nova Southeastern University. My anticipated graduation date is May of 2018. However, my dissertation will be completed by the first of the year. I am excited to support the field of speech-language pathology through clinical research and mentorship/supervision of other speech-language pathologists.

My personal mission in speech-language pathology is to contribute to evidence-based practice through research, help develop the skills of therapists to meet their maximal potential, and provide optimal care for my personal patients.  

What do you feel are the benefits of teletherapy? 

It is amazing that we are now able to provide access to teletherapy across not only the United States but also the world. There have been too many individuals deprived of therapy services due to the access to skilled therapists. Teletherapy is actively changing the standard for access for everyone. Teletherapy is not only improving access but the platform is being supported through research. Students and therapists are engaged and excited to participate in this new therapy format!

What are you looking forward to most as your role of Therapy Director for DotCom Therapy? 

Providing mentorship to the therapists of DotCom Therapy will be very exciting. I enjoy problem solving complex cases and watching therapists grow in the field.

Complete the sentence:  When I’m not working, you’ll most likely find me…. spending time with my husband Tom, my 6-month-old Benjamin, and our two toy poodles Murphy and Molly.

I feel comfortable speaking for the entire team when I say how excited we are to add Mallory to our team and provide our therapists with additional mentorship and support! can be found here. --- http://dotcomtherapy.com/Blogs/Press/DotCom-Therapy%C2%AE-Makes-Strategic-Hire

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