COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

School of Health and Human Sciences

Sena Crutchley, M.A., CCC-SLP
AP Associate Professor
Office: Ferguson 300
Phone: 336-334-5939
Curriculum Vitae

Brief Bio

Sena Crutchley, a graduate of UNCG’s undergraduate and Master’s level programs in Speech-Language Pathology, is a speech-language pathologist (SLP) and AP Associate Professor in the UNCG Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her experience as an SLP is diverse and includes serving children and adult populations in a variety of settings. Ms. Crutchley has presented at the state and/or national levels about clinical supervision, documentation in skilled nursing facilities, telepractice, bilingual speech-language pathology, and transgender voice and communication. Her most recent experience was as an SLP and Interim Director of Rehabilitation in a skilled nursing facility. Ms. Crutchley’s professional interests emphasize aphasia, dysarthria, clinical supervision, accent modification, and dysphagia. In addition, her background in musical theatre supports a keen interest in voice. When Ms. Crutchley is not working as an SLP, she enjoys painting portraits of rescued animals, enjoying the outdoors with her family, and traveling.

Current Projects

  • Aphasia Support Group with UNCG’s Speech and Hearing Program
  • Gender affirming voice program with UNCG’s Speech and Hearing Clinic
  • Gerontology Research, Outreach, Workforce & Teaching Hub (GROWTH)
    • GROWTH is a cooperative group of UNCG faculty affiliates who facilitate and support transdisciplinary aging-related research, education and outreach across our campus and community.
  • ASHA presentations:
    • Starting university based aphasia group
    • Inclusive culturally sensitive communication
  • NCSHLA presentation:
    • Working with audiologists to improve hearing screening practices in SNF

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