Mandy McNease is a licensed speech and language pathologist and member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in 2008 and Masters Degree in 2010 from Valdosta State University in Communication Disorders. She began her career in 2011 where she worked primarily in skilled nursing facilities helping patients with swallowing, cognitive and communication deficits.
Mandy joined Speech Therapy Services, P.C. in 2013. Her clinical experience includes work with all ages in our private clinic, patients’ homes, educational facilities, daycares, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. Mandy has worked with a variety of pediatric communication deficits, including receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorders, dysfluency disorders, cochlear implants and other developmental delays. Her adult experience includes work with cognitive deficits, dysarthria, aphasia, apraxia, traumatic brain injury and swallowing disorders. Mandy is certified in Vital Stim (neuromuscular electrical stimulation therapy) for dysphagia. She is trained and experienced in treatment of swallowing and communication deficits in tracheostomy and ventilator-dependent patients. Mandy is passionate about helping and serving individuals who have speech, language, swallowing and communication deficits achieve and maintain functional goals.
Mandy lives in Brinson, Georgia with her husband, Jim and their three young daughters Katye, Anna Blayke, and Ronni. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, listening to music and relaxing.