• Faculty
  • Jodi Morgan, MA, CCC-SLP

    • Title: Speech Language Pathologist and Clinical Research Liaison
    • Employer: Brooks Rehabilitation
    • Telephone: (904) 345-8987
    • Email: Jodi.Morgan@BrooksRehab.org

    Jodi Morgan is a speech-language pathologist and clinical research liaison/research speech pathologist at Brooks Rehabilitation. She also serves as Clinical Faculty for the Brooks/UNF residency program as well as Speech Pathology Mentor for the outpatient division. Her responsibilities include the evaluation and treatment of patients with speech, language and swallowing disorders, the development and training of all speech pathology specific courses for the Geriatric Residency program, the facilitator for National Outcome Measures, research speech pathologist and coordinator for various aphasia and language studies, and educator of cpt code and documentation for the outpatient division. She is a certified Vital Stim provider, is Lee Silverman LOUD trained, and has her McNeil Dysphagia Therapy certification. Jodi has received multiple ASHA Ace Awards and serves as an ASHA Reviewer for Outcome Measures. Jodi is an active member of multiple special interests Divisions through ASHA.

    • Masters: Speech Pathology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
    • Bachelors: Speech Pathology and Audiology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
    • Bachelors: Education Certification, K-12 Health Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

    Jodi's clinical specializations and interests are within the specialty area of geriatrics, adult neurogenic communication, swallowing and voice disorders. She has a special interest in aphasia, her primary research focus so far. She is currently working on several research projects to help individuals with aphasia and agraphia.

    Jodi Morgan was a former visiting professor at Texas Women’s University specializing in Dysphagia. She is a former Clinical Assistant Professor from University of Iowa in Speech-Language Pathology specializing in Adult Neurogenics. Currently Jodi serves as the Lead Speech Pathology Faculty for the Brooks/UNF Geriatric Residency Programs. Jodi is an ASHA National Outcome Measure System Facilitator. Jodi has presented at multiple community, state and national levels in areas of professionalism and leadership, voice and voice disorders, speech and swallowing disorders in individuals with Parkinson’s disease and EB Language Treatments.

    Jodi is an active member of Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Association, American Speech and Hearing Association and belongs to several ASHA Special Interest Divisions.

    Awards:

    Merit Winner for 25th Annual Health Care Award, Innovations Newsletter 2009

    Hermes Creative Awards, Brooks Rehabilitation Innovations (2008)

    Recipient of ACE Award ASHA (2008, 2004, 2001 and 2000)

    Brooks Rehabilitation STAR Award 2008