|Social Work & Communications Sciences and Disorders
Dr. Shannon Salley is an assistant professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program. She teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes as well as supervises graduate students in Longwood University's Speech, Hearing, and Learning Services clinic. Dr. Salley is passionate about the field of speech-language pathology and prides herself in her ability to evaluate and treat all populations ranging from infants to geriatrics. Special interest areas include feeding and swallowing (pediatric and adults) as well as child language and articulation disorders.
Dr. Salley received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from James Madison University and her clinical doctorate (SLP.D.) from Nova Southeastern University.
In her free time, Dr. Salley loves to be on the softball field (both playing and coaching her two daughters). She is also trying her hand at tennis as her son has developed a passion for this sport. She also loves to ride horses and/or ATVs when she can.