Dawn Gray is a speech language pathologist certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association with over 15 years’ experience working directly with children and adults. She is a native of Camilla, Georgia. Dawn completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Valdosta State University, where she earned a Master of Education in Communication Disorders in May 2005.
During her professional career, Dawn has worked in acute care, skilled nursing facilities, elementary, middle, and high schools and early intervention private practices. She has had the opportunity to evaluate and treat patients with articulation disorders, phonological disorders, dysphagia, cochlear implants, strokes, traumatic brain injuries, aphasia, apraxia, significant developmental delays, and autism spectrum disorders. Dawn’s passion is working with younger children, especially those with developmental delays and autism spectrum disorders.
During her spare time, Dawn enjoys camping with her husband, Ray, and their three children, Mattie, Raylee and Davis. She is an active member of her community and dedicated to serving this area and those with Speech and Language needs. She looks forward to working with you and your family.