Sarah Bryant, MEd. CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist


Sarah Bryant received a Bachelors of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2009 from Valdosta State University. In 2010, she acquired her Masters of Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. Sarah has experience working with a variety of age groups including infants, children, teenagers, adults and geriatrics. She has worked across settings such as the school system, nursing homes, clinics and home health. Sarah has experience working with a large variety of disorders and diagnoses including Autism Spectrum Disorders and emotional and behavioral disorders. Sarah has also worked with adults with cognitive delays, Parkinson’s, stroke, Traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and swallowing disorders. In addition, Sarah has worked with premature babies, babies born with congenital heart defects, pediatric swallowing and feeding therapy. Sarah has training in Beckman Oral Motor, Visual Processing, Vital Stim Therapy, and  Myo-fascial release. She plans to attend Neuro-developmental therapy, Talk tools, and ILS in the upcoming year.