Madison Morris


Austin, TX

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About me

Hi! I'm Madison. I became a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) in 2022. I first became interested in speech-language pathology when my father, while battling with brain cancer, was given a speech device to use to communicate. At the time, the speech device was not designed well for my father's needs and I became inspired to find other ways for him to communicate, using things like letters on t-shirts, an iPad, etc. I became passionate about helping everyone finding their voice and decided to go and study to make that a reality. While my father passed away in 2015 sadly, I dedicate my career in memoriam to my father each day. I've worked in acute care, home health, and schools. I am AMPCare certified, which is similar to Vital Stim Therapy. Throughout my masters' degree, I conducted research with the AAC Lab at University of Texas at Austin, earning the title of 2nd author on a paper now published in the ASHA Journal. I also completed a thesis during my Masters' with the AAC Lab on the efficacy of teletherapy in teaching symbol learning to a patient with severe Autism; and had the opportunity to present my research as a poster at ASHA 2022. The thesis is currently in the process of being published in a journal. Additionally during graduate school, I taught courses for the Project SKILLS curriculum. Project SKILLS is a 10 week course that teaches parents how to play with their children to increase communicative attempts. I would describe my clinical style as holistic, client-centered, functional, individualized/personalized, family-centric, sensory integrated, and rooted in client empowerment to create self-advocates.

Practice details and specialties

states licensed to practice


languages spoken


Education and training

B.S., Texas State University

M.S., University of Texas at Austin


Adult Articulation

Adult Dysphagia

Adult Fluency/Stuttering

Adult Social-Pragmatics


Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Autism Spectrum Disorder


Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Early Language Development

Executive Functioning

Pediatric Articulation/Phonological Disorder

Pediatric Fluency/Stuttering

Pediatric Receptive-Expressive Language Disorder

Pediatric/Adolescent Social-Pragmatics

Pediatric Dysphagia/Sensory Feeding

Professional/Public Speaking

Traumatic Brain Injury

Other interests

I love watching anime, playing video games, play tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons, and also spend a good portion of my time dancing a partner dance called West Coast Swing. I travel competitively for the dance and know how to both lead and follow. I am also a part of the national diversity board for West Coast Swing to provide education and awareness of how to make dance spaces more inclusive. I also run a social dance monthly in Austin, TX.

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