Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Amy Bland, M.S., CCC-SLP

Clinical Faculty

abland@loyola.edu

Education:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (McDaniel College formerly known as Western Maryland College) 2000

Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology (Loyola University) 2004

Area of Specialization:

Voice and Voice Disorders (including Vocal Cord Dysfunction and Chronic Cough)

About:

Amy has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work in a variety of medical settings with the adult population. This includes sub-acute, long-term, acute care and outpatient care. She is competent in dysphagia treatment, cognitive-communication treatment, speech and language treatment (dysarthria, apraxia and aphasia), fluency and voice therapy. Amy worked as a Senior Speech Language Pathologist and Clinical Coordinator of Outpatient Specialty Rehabilitation Programs at the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health for 13 years. She transitioned into founding and owning a private practice in 2019 and currently continues providing outpatient speech therapy services virtually and in client's homes. Amy joined the Loyola Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences department in 2020 where she supervises first year graduate students in the voice and fluency clinical rotation in the Loyola Clinical Center at the Belvedere campus. Amy lives in Harford County with her husband and two children and their dog, Scout.

Certifications/Achievements:

ASHA (American Speech and Hearing Association) member

LSVT LOUD certified (Parkinson's voice program)

Competent in laryngeal videostroboscopy and FEES studies

Developed and grew the Voice and Videostroboscopy program at the University of MD Upper Chesapeake Health Outpatient Department

ACE award

Alexander
Alumni

David Alexander

Speech pathologist shares work with the Cadet Corps program at the Maryland School for the Deaf

Speech-Language Pathology