Banner that states, Faulkner SLP Department of Speech Language Pathology. On the left side, a speech language pathologist is helping a young girl.

Faulkner University Speech and Language Clinic

As a testimony to the love of God through Jesus Christ, the Clinical Center at Faulkner University promotes the holistic well-being of our community by improving physical, emotional, and spiritual health. We seek to extend the healing ministry of Jesus through compassionate, quality rehabilitative services, while training students to become competent Christ-like healthcare professionals.

Contact Us

Phone: 334-386-7351
Fax: 334-386-7354
Email: clinic@faulkner.edu
Address: 4780 Woodmere Blvd,. Montgomery, AL 36109

Clinical Services for Children and Adults

Assessment and Treatment of:Faulkner University's Speech and Language Clinic building building and a parking lot.

  • Speech
  • Language
  • Voice
  • Stuttering
  • Feeding
  • Swallowing
  • Cognition
  • Literacy and Phonological Awareness
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication treatment

 

A combined 80 years of experience working with people who have communication and swallowing disorders.

 

Faculty and Staff Bios

Leah Fullman, the program director for Faulkner University's Speech Language Pathology Clinic, is a white woman with long, wavy brown hair and hazel eyes with glasses smiling. She is wearing a blue blouse.Leah Fullman, Program Director, earned her M.S. from Southern Illinois University and ScD from Rocky Mountain University. She specializes in treating children with speech/language disorders, feeding/swallowing disorders, cleft lip/palate and other craniofacial disorders, and complex medical conditions such as trachs and g-tubes.

 

Amy Ogburn, Clinic Director at Faulkner University's Speech and Language Clinic, is a white lady with blonde hair and blue eyes smiling. She is wearing a brown blazer jacket over a white collard shirt.Amy Ogburn, Clinic Director, graduated from the University of South Alabama with a Ph.D. in Communication Disorders. She specializes in adult neurological and medical disorders affecting speech, language, cognition and swallowing. She is a certified provider of VitalStim and Myofascial Release Therapy.

 

Sheela Stewart, working in Faulkner University's Speech and Language clinic, is a white woman with short blonde hair and blue eyes smiling. She is wearing glasses and an bluish purple shirt.Sheela Stewart earned her M.A. from the University of South Dakota and Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska. During her time as Chief of Children’s Hearing and Speech Center, Washington, DC, she developed a therapy dog intervention program. She specializes in serving people with severe and profound disorders, including speech/language, feeding/swallowing and in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).

 

Cara E. Tyson, working in Faulkner University's Speech and Language Clinic, is a woman with brown skin and black hair smiling.Cara E. Tyson earned her M.Ed. in Autism and Developmental Disabilities from University of Texas at Austin and her M.A. and Ph.D. in SLP from Louisiana State University. She specializes in interdisciplinary approaches to treatment of child speech and language disorders and Autism.

 

 

 

Kellie Ryan, working in Faulkner University's Speech and Language Clinic, is a white woman with short, wavy blonde hair and blue eyes smiling. She is wearing a purple cartegan over a white blouse.Kellie Rine earned her M.S. in Communication Disorders from Nova Southeastern University. She specializes in pediatric speech and language and is also trained in the Orton Gillingham method of reading and phonological awareness interventions.

 

 

Charles King, the Administrative Assistant for Faulkner University's Speech and Language Clinic, is a white male with reddish brown hair and blue eyes smiling. He is wearing a plaid shirt.Charles King, Administrative Assistant, is a recent graduate of Faulkner University where he earned a B.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He is planning on returning for a Masters in Business Administration.