Olivia Coomer, M.A., CCC-SLP, is a licensed speech-language pathologist in the state of California and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Olivia is a graduate of Ball State University having obtained both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees in speech-language pathology from the institution. Olivia has five years of experience working in various settings including schools, home health, inpatient acute care, and university/private clinics. She currently provides speech, language, voice, cognitive, and swallowing rehabilitation for pediatric and adult patients in the home health and acute hospital settings.
Olivia enjoys supervising new and future SLPs as well as providing services to patients of all ages. Olivia is a certified provider of the McNeill Dysphagia Therapy Program (MDTP), SPEAK OUT! through the Parkinson Voice Project, and Ampcare’s Effective Swallowing Protocol utilizing neuromuscular electrical stimulation for swallow rehabilitation. Additionally, she has received specialized training through the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM) and was recently admitted to The New York Medical College Advanced Certificate in Pediatric Dysphagia post-master’s program.
Outside of her career, Olivia is a highly trained musician who began studying music at age 9. She minored in vocal performance at Ball State University and is a classically trained soprano as well as a classically trained flutist. Due to her years of training as a musician, she has a deep understanding of vocal health and hygiene, breath support, and sound production that has greatly benefited her as an SLP. Olivia is a former competitive gymnast who enjoys staying active in her spare time training various aerial apparatus including lyra hoop and aerial hammock. She is excited to be a part of the Sound It Out team and looks forward to helping you with your communication needs.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders