Jordyn Sims Pierce

MS, CCC-SLP, ATP

Jordyn Sims Pierce, MS, CCC-SLP, ATP is a practicing speech-language pathologist and assistive technology specialist. She is the founder and director of Pierce Speech, Language, and Learning Center, serving adults and pediatrics in Western Massachusetts, and is the Director of Clinical Operations for Constant Therapy Health. Her clinical and research specialties include augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), Aphasia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and using technology in treatment. Within her role at Constant Therapy, Jordyn spearheads clinical content development, advises on product design, and coordinates internal and external research projects. Jordyn holds a Master's of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Boston University and an MBA in Healthcare Management from Johns Hopkins University. Supported by her years of clinical experience, she utilizes her backgrounds in education, business, and technology to create innovative clinical solutions.

Feb 21 - 2:00 PM PST Tech Curious

Skill-Building Workshops

Using Technology to Amplify your Practice

This talk will provide an overview of how technology can amplify all aspects of your speech, language, and cognitive therapy practice. We will look at applications of technology in the clinic setting, within patient home programs, and during your collaborations with peers. We will discuss Constant Therapy as an exemplar program that can improve productivity for clinicians and provide patients with evidence-based homework beyond the therapy setting.

2:00 PM PST

Sunday February 21

Using Technology to Amplify your Practice

This talk will provide an overview of how technology can amplify all aspects of your speech, language, and cognitive therapy practice. We will look at applications of technology in the clinic setting, within patient home programs, and during your collaborations with peers. We will discuss Constant Therapy as an exemplar program that can improve productivity for clinicians and provide patients with evidence-based homework beyond the therapy setting.