Allison Hatcher, M.S., CCC-SLP
Communication Disorders Clinical Supervisor
Office: Clinical Education Complex
Allison Hatcher is a speech-language pathologist, certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the Kentucky Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. She earned both her Bachelor of Science (’00) and Master of Science (’04) degrees from Western Kentucky University. Mrs. Hatcher is a new doctoral student in the University of Kentucky’s Rehabilitation Sciences program.
Mrs. Hatcher has over seven years of clinical experience in providing evaluation and treatment services for children with a variety of communication and feeding disorders. She has worked in a variety of settings including outpatient rehabilitation, hospital setting, home health and private practice. Before joining WKU full-time, Mrs. Hatcher contracted herself as an SLP for one of the local public school systems. She also provided SLP services to children birth to three for Kentucky’s early intervention service. Currently, Mrs. Hatcher serves as a Clinical Supervisor at the Communication Disorders Clinic at WKU where she supervises and teaches student clinicians with providing speech-language pathology services for individuals with communication disorders. Mrs. Hatcher’s professional areas of interest include provision of speech-language pathology services to the pediatric population using a multi-disciplinary approach and treatment techniques and strategies for the remediation of childhood language disorders with toddler through preschool ages.
Mrs. Hatcher enjoys being a wife and mother of three young children. She loves cooking, outdoor activities, traveling, reading and being involved in her local church.