Caitlin Hill, MA CF-SLP


Caitlin received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. During her time at UNCG, Caitlin gained clinical experience in a variety of settings including skilled nursing facilities, private practices, schools, and UNCG’s Speech and Hearing Center. Caitlin has experience treating children and adults with the following disorders: articulation disorders, language disorders, aphasia, dysphagia, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilites, dementia, and cogntive deficits due to stroke, traumatic brain injuries, and cancer. Caitlin also has experience using horses to faciliate treatment through hippotherapy. During graduate school, Caitlin created an education program for parents who have young children who stutter to determine how education can positively impact the parent’s view of stuttering. During this project Caitlin provided parents with education and resources to better help and empower their child. Caitlin is a Clinical Fellow in Speech-Language Pathology and is eager to continue her training to provide the best care for her clients!