Speech Pathology Programs

Speech Pathology Pediatric Feeding Training Program

The UNC Health Care Speech Pathology Pediatric Feeding Training Program is a post-professional endeavor developed to enhance the evaluation and treatment skills of those therapists providing services to children with complex feeding and swallowing disorders. It is structured to include five days of intensive training in acute and non-acute feeding disorders management. A major strength of our program lies in the diverse expertise and interests of our faculty combined with the high clinical volume that occurs within our dedicated and nationally recognized feeding disorders program.

Have you recently received speech pathology training from our program? If so, share your thoughts about your experience with us! We appreciate any feedback you provide in our Speech Pathology Training Survey.

Speech Pathology Program Clinical Fellowships

The UNC Health Care Speech Pathology Program offers two clinical fellowships each year. These are 12-month training programs in the areas of acute care, rehab and outpatient adult speech pathology. The fellowship rotations begin July 1 of each year. For more information, please contact Stephanie McAdams, Assistant Director of Rehabilitation Therapies at 984-974-5300.

Information on Student Affiliations

Rehabilitation Therapies
Kristel Maes,DPT
Center Coordinator of Clinical Education