Kerri has been teaching in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders since 2015. Areas of interest include pediatric and adult dysphagia, voice disorders and early language intervention. Primary responsibilities in the department include clinical teaching in the areas of assessment and intervention in the medical setting
CDIS 616 Neuropathologies of Swallowing
CDIS 631 Disorders of Voice
CDIS 664 Medical Aspects
CDIS 644 Early Language Clinic
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Faculty Advisor
Prior to working for the University, Kerri was employed as the Speech-Language Pathology Supervisor at Redlands Community Hospital. While working for RCH, she partnered with the University to begin an externship program that allows students to participate in weekly grand rounds with patients exhibiting a variety of swallowing, language and cognitive deficits. Prior to working at RCH, Kerri worked at St. Bernardine’s Medical Center and San Bernardino Community Hospital. Areas of interest and training included working with premature infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, adult dysphagia, voice disorders and tracheostomy. Kerri has been trained in MBSiMP and cue-based feeding in the NICU.
Voice Disorders Treatment Considerations. Lecture to Osaka Medical School, Redlands, CA, October 2015-2018.
Dysphagia Case Studies. Lecture to Osaka Medical School, Redlands, CA, October 2017-2018.
Overview of Pediatric Communication Disorders. Lecture to Loma Linda University Medical School Nurse Practitioner Program, Loma Linda, CA, March 2017.
Cue-based feeding in the NICU. Lecture to Redlands Community Hospital NICU staff, Redlands, CA, February 2015.
Mitchell, K. and Ashland, J., Multidisciplinary feeding team assessment for children with reflux. Poster session, American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA, November 2009.
American Speech, Language and Hearing Association
California Speech, Language and Hearing Association