Madison holds Master’s degrees in Educational Research and in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Georgia State University as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics from the University of Georgia. Madison enjoys providing assistive technology and alternative communication options to individuals who are nonverbal or minimally verbal, including individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Most of her clinical experience, however, has involved treating expressive and receptive language disorders, speech sound disorders, phonological processing disorders, and fluency disorders (i.e., stuttering, cluttering) in preschool- and elementary-age children.
Madison is a certified Structured Literacy Teacher, certified Compton PESL instructor, and is DIR Floortime trained. She is a licensed clinical fellow in the Commonwealth of Virginia and DC.