Susan Hill, MS, CCC-SLP has been a speech-language pathologist at ACCESS since 2009. She enjoys working with intermediate age clients because of their level of independence, sense of humor, and inquisitiveness. She finds joy in making her clients laugh, watching them gain new skills, and learn new coping skills. She especially enjoys working with a team approach at ACCESS. Susan has experience working with clients on language skills, articulation skills, and pragmatic skills. She has worked with her team on teaching pragmatic skills to clients in the classroom setting, specifically in emotion recognition, calming strategies, problem-solving skills, hygiene, and manners.
Prior to joining ACCESS, Susan worked in the public schools in Lonoke School District for five years. She holds a Masters of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Baylor University and a Bachelor of Arts from Ouachita Baptist University. She has received specific training in the Dubard Association Method, Expanding Expression Tool, and Social Thinking.
When she is not working at ACCESS, Susan enjoys spending time with her husband and son, taking pictures, reading, or crafting.