Associate Lecturer - Speech Pathology
School of Allied Health Science and Practice
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Sally Morris is an associate lecturer in Speech Pathology within the School of Allied Health Science and Practice at the University of Adelaide.
Sally has recently moved to the University from clinical practice in the public health sector. Sally has worked in both rural and metropolitan health services across paediatric and adult populations in communication, behaviour, attachment and swallowing. She studied music and education prior to speech pathology and has been active in that space over the last decade in a part time capacity. With a fascination for the brain and neuroplasticity, Sally has clinical interests in end of life care, neurological degenerative conditions, and clinical specialty in childhood attachment and behaviour and the impact of early life experiences on speech, language and social development in children.
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