Speech and Language Pathologist
Jarrett attended the University of Georgia where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a minor concentration in Spanish. She went on to receive her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2009. During her graduate studies, she received the Sharon Webber Scholarship for clinical excellence and was nominated for the Joan Berryman Award for academic and clinical achievement. She is a current member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
Jarrett served on the SLP Autism Committee for DeKalb County School System, helping to develop a position statement, diagnostic tools, and specific goal and objective recommendations for Speech Language-Pathologists working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the public school setting. She also presented a case study regarding vocabulary skills intervention to Speech Language Pathologists from the state of Georgia at the 2010 Georgia Organization of School Based SLPs’ Best Practices Conference.
Jarrett has recently attended continuing education at seminars including: “Brilliant Beginnings/Dazzling Outcomes: Social Language Learning and Intervention in the Early Childhood Years”, “Childhood Apraxia of Speech – Therapy Challenges”, “101 Ways to Help Children Communicate and Learn” presented by Wayne Secord, and “Talking is Fun After All! A Quick Reference for Autism and Early Language Learners”. Jarrett has provided evaluation, consultation, and direct therapy services to individuals with a variety of speech and language needs including, but not limited to: Autism Spectrum, Intellectual Disabilities, Hearing Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders, Pragmatic Language disorders, Fluency disorders, and Articulation/Phonology Disorders.
E-mail Jarrett Jackson at Jarrett.R.Jackson@gmail.com.