Annie Holland (Temple), MS, CCC-SLP
- Instructor and Clinical Supervisor
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
Annie Holland, MS, CCC-SLP is an instructor and clinical supervisor at Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
She has had rich and varied clinical experience working primarily with the pediatric population for more than 10 years. Her experience includes the pediatric hospital setting, including in the neonatal intensive care unit as part of interprofessional early development, craniofacial, and infant feeding teams. She has practiced in schools, and private practice, and provided services in the home through Early Intervention and complex care organizations.
Her interest areas include early communication and feeding disorders and development, family/caregiver coaching, multilingual learners, narrative skills, craniofacial, and alternative/augmentative communication. She works as a supervisor and mentor to students in the IMPACT Practice Center's Speech, Language and Literacy Center.
Ms. Holland advocates for cultural competence within the field and consults on issues of dialectical differences versus disorders.
Annie has published numerous papers - some titles are highlighted below. You can view a complete listing of Annie's publications in her CV.
In addition, Annie regularly presents at conferences and industry events. Please see her CV for a complete list of presentations
Augmentative Communication in the Classroom at Birmingham Community Charter High School.
Story Grammar Marker Via Telepractice at Hawai'i Speech-Language Hearing Association.
Virtual Library Series - 'How I Wear My Crown' by Ka'ala Kaio Mahlangeni-Byndon, Illustrated by Bunch Ketty and Virtual Library Series - 'Alma and How She Got Her Name' by Juana Martinez Neal, at Hawai'i Speech-Language Hearing Association.
Transitioning to Telepractice at Hawai'i Department of Education.
Breastfeeding Challenges in Complex Populations at Pediatric Feeding Conference.