Lynda Gladney

504-897-2606 ext. 213

Lynda Gladney, M.ED., Speech Language Pathology Assistant

University of South Alabama, M.Ed. Learning Disabilities, 1976

University of South Alabama, B.A. Speech Pathology,1972

Years at NOSHC: 2004 – present


Years of Experience: 40

Public schools- elementary, middle, and high school- 25 yrs

License: Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology (LBESPA) (2004 - present)

 
 
 
 
 
Articles about Lyn:
 
 
June 19, 2013

Take a look at one of our speech-language pathology assistants, Lyn, talking

about the importance of hearing protection on WDSU!

WDSU article and video

 

 
April 25, 2013

Meet speech-language pathology assistant Lyn G. who holds a bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology and a master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Lyn brings to NOSHC a broad range of knowledge and skill after teaching both learning disabilities and speech pathology in Alabama public schools for more than 25 years. With over 8 years of experience at NOSHC, Lyn’s skill and methods are combined to facilitate her client’s improvements in speech and language.

Lyn serves a number of roles at NOSHC. She participates on the screening team in various schools, works with children in Annette and St. John Head Start programs, conducts several new client evaluations each week as well as her on-going therapy sessions. (She also has the very special job of monthly birthday cake orders for NOSHC staff J )

                Lyn is known for her specialty in working with clients with stuttering disorders. Her awareness in this specialty and her patience with clients makes her extremely supportive in helping clients reach their goals. She is also known at NOSHC for her ability to work well with others, her hardworking nature, as well as her expertise and compassion in working with older children. She recently had a session with 2 clients at McDonalds to practice their stuttering strategies. Thank you Ms. Lyn!