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Lucinda L Dean
Clinical Lecturer-Behavioral & Brain Science
Office MailstopMail Box: CR10, CR 1.336, Room No.: CR 1.336 
Email Address  lucinda.dean@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-3654    URL Dean Lucinda's Webpage    Media Contact
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 M.S.Communication DisordersUniversity of Texas at Dallas1988
 B.S.Communication DisordersUniversity of Northern Colorado1986
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Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
10/2000 10/2000 Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Conference for Region X to area speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists, October 2000
10/1998 07/2003 Pediatric Dysphagia
Annual course, graduate level, for the University of Texas at Dallas, October 1998-July 2003
10/1997 10/1997 Evaluation and Treatment of Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Lecture for the speech-language pathology staff at the Callier Center for Cormnunication Disorders, October 1997
06/2001 06/2001 Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Conference for the Huntsville Independent School District, June 2001
06/2001 06/2001 Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Conference for the Leander Independent School District, June, 2001
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2000-PresentWest Cluster Team Leader and Speech-Language Pathologist  Plano Independent School District
1993-2000Speech-Language Pathologist, Chief Speech-Language Pathologist and ManagerRehabilitation Services Department Medical City Dallas Hospital
1992-1993Speech-Language Pathologist  Healthtech, Inc.
1988-1992Speech-Language Pathologist  Baylor University Medical Center
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18 years experience as a speech language pathologist

PERSONAL STATEMENT

I provide supervision and instruction for speech language pathology graduate students in the Communication Disorders department. I have worked in a variety of medical and educational settings with the adult and pediatric populations over the past twenty years. My personal interests include adult neurogenic communication disorders, pediatric speech/language and feeding/swallowing disorders, and social communication disorders with adults who have Asperger’s syndrome. I provide direct client intervention and student training in these areas through a variety of practicum settings.

I currently teach courses in the areas of adult neurogenic communication disorders, pediatric motor speech and swallowing disorders, and public school methods for the speech language pathologist. I provide frequent continuing education courses to professional speech language pathologists in a variety of educational and medical settings throughout the community including local school districts, Rehabilitation hospitals, Region X, the Texas Speech Language and Hearing Association, and local Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) agencies. I also have provided direct consultation work for local school districts for evaluation and treatment of children with feeding and swallowing disorders. I have developed a modified barium swallow study program with a local pediatric imaging center for student training where over 500 children in the community have been served in the last few years.

I have also developed an adult social communication group that supports young adults in the community with Asperger’s syndrome. In this group, discussion regarding social communication skills needed for the college and work settings is provided. Additionally, the group members volunteer at a local non for profit agency to better generalize social communication skills to an outside setting under my supervision. I have also helped to develop a continuing education group for professionals in the community regarding pediatric dysphagia in coordination with Callier Speech Language Pathologists. This group meets twice per year and provides evidenced based practice education from local community professionals.


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