Please join us March 10-11, 2017 at our 10th Annual Conference celebrating “Ten Years of Help, Hope and Healing”. Professionals will have the opportunity to hear from an exciting line up of experts in the field of brain and spinal cord injury while earning up to 12 CEUs. Survivors will participate in hands on activities, socialize with others and hear motivational, helpful and inspiring messages. Registration information, along with the schedule of events and location can be found HERE or by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunny S. Johnson, M.S., CCC-SLP will be presenting to professionals on Friday, March 10th at 2:30 pm on “Patient Specific Case Study From the Perspective of the Speech Therapist”.
Sunny S. Johnson, M. S., CCC-SLP, completed her undergraduate education at Southeastern Louisiana University where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Language Communication Disorders. She earned a Masters of Science degree in Speech and Language Communication Disorders from Southeastern Louisiana University. Her clinical experiences were focused in the areas of pediatric developmental disorders and adult acquired neurological disorders where she was mentored by ASHA certified speech and language pathologists.
Ms. Johnson is an ASHA certified speech and language pathologist with 12 years of clinical experience. Her areas of professional experiences and interests include pediatric neurological disorders and adult acquired neurological disorders. She is currently employed by TASS Brain Injury Facility working collaboratively with administration, staff and family members utilizing a team approach to transition patients with a plan to return home with modified independence. She is employed at St. Tammany Parish Hospital where she provides speech and language assessment and therapy to patients with acute and inpatient status. And she is also employed as an adjunct clinical supervisor at Southeastern Louisiana University where she provides direct supervision, instruction and mentoring to undergraduate and graduate level speech and language communication students.