Rebecca Lynne Hancock, MEd, CCC-SLP
Senior Speech Pathologist
- Assessment and Treatment of Disorders Related to Voice, Airway and Swallowing
- Feeding Disorders
- Head and Neck Cancer
- Management of Pediatric Airway Disease
- Neurological Disorders and Their Impact on Voice
- Professional Voice Care
MEd, University of Georgia, Athens
BFA, Florida State University, Tallahassee
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison
Certifications or Special Training
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
Rebecca Hancock earned a Master of Science in Communication Disorders from the University of Georgia, Athens in 2008. She completed her clinical fellowship at the University of Wisconsin, Madison Voice and Swallowing Clinics with an emphasis in voice and upper airway disorders in 2009.
Hancock has experience in training both classical and contemporary singing styles as well as voice production for actors including elements from the Linklater and Feldenkrais Techniques. She maintains affiliation with the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA) and the National Association for Teachers of Singing (NATS).
Hancock’s academic focus involves clinical supervision of graduate students in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders with an interest in voice, swallowing and upper airway pathology.
Her scholarly interests include contribution to translational research in voice and airway disorders. Additionally, she works with database formation for pediatric voice, swallowing and resonance disorders.
She provides assessment and management of voice, swallowing, airway and resonance disease. This includes pediatric and adult head and neck cancer, vocal cord dysfunction, speech complications after management of craniofacial disease, as well as swallowing assessment and rehabilitation. Further clinical interests include airway disease and management of the laryngectomized voice and airway, long term care of tracheostomized patients and chronic cough. She is certified in (LSVT) Lee Silverman Voice Treatment and carries additional specialty practice in neurogenic disease.
Research Publications on NCBI PubMed
UK Voice and Swallow Clinic