Bailey graduated with her B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from East Carolina University in 2021. She then moved back home to New Jersey, where she earned her master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 2023. She loved living in North Carolina, so when the opportunity presented itself to return, she eagerly moved to Raleigh.
She has had the opportunity to assess and treat a range of diagnoses of language delays/disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, and communication delays secondary to autism, genetic syndromes, and developmental delays. She fell in love with the pediatric population after her graduate clinical experience in the school systems, early intervention centers, and outpatient clinics. She believes that an individualized team approach is necessary for the therapy process and enjoys working with children, their families, and other professionals to facilitate treatment tailored to the needs of her clients. Bailey enjoys making therapy fun and engaging for all children. In her free time, Bailey enjoys spending time hanging out with friends and family at the beach, painting, and reading.