Dr. Jessica Fanning
Dr. Jessica Fanning directs the Fluency Clinic in the UO-SLHC and has worked with children and families since 1997 in school-based settings, behavior-based residential programs, clinic settings, and private practice. She has also held related administrative positions: International Clinical Liaison for a USA-Romania outreach program; Director of Interdisciplinary Services for a therapeutic organization in Colorado.
Jessica is passionate about teaching and clinical practice and her primary clinical interests fall in the areas of (1) fluency disorders; (2) behavior management and conduct disorders; and (3) family-centered language and play intervention. She has lectured both nationally and internationally on (a) evaluating and treating fluency disorders; (b) the use of iPad technology in clinical practice; (c) the efficacy of parent-directed intervention; and (d) the balance of evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence.
Navigating the Challenges of Stuttering Intervention: From Research to Meaningful Practice in the Public Schools
iPad Apps: How to Search, Evaluate and Use Effectively in Treatment