Tammi Bailey, M.A. CCC-SLP
Director of Services
Speech and Language Pathologist
Aural Habilitation Specialist
Tammi has provided speech, language, and hearing therapy services to pediatric populations around the world for over fifteen years. She has worked at the nationally and internationally acclaimed Vanderbilt University Bill Wilkerson Center for Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences in Nashville, Tennessee, Early Intervention Programs, School Programs, and Private Practice in Tennessee, Australia, Utah, and California. She has distinguished herself by initiating and developing programs to suit the individual needs of her clientele. Tammi has provided a variety of speech and language services including parent groups, teacher Inservice, communication workshops, parent-infant therapy, individual speech and hearing therapy, speech and language evaluations, cochlear implant evaluations and aural habilitation therapy and kindergarten and preschool groups for deaf/hard-of-hearing children.
She has been actively involved in pre- and post-implant evaluations and habilitation for recipients of cochlear implants since being a member of the Nashville Children's Cochlear Implant team in 1987.
Tammi has lectured for graduate classes, including Clinical Methods and Aural Habilitation Classes at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Division of Hearing and Speech Sciences. She has also supervised graduate students from this and other programs. In addition, she has attended and lectured at several local and state conferences.
Tammi has a Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas at Austin, where she specialized in Aural Habilitation. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Communication Disorders at Brigham Young University. Tammi is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensed in the states of Utah and California as a Speech-Language Pathologist. She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, California Speech-Language Hearing Association and Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf