Addie Rush, M.S., CCC-SLP
Addie is a Raleigh native, who completed her Bachelor’s degree at UNC in Psychology with minors in Education and Speech and Hearing Sciences. She graduated with her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Addie has extensive experiences working with children in daycares, preschools, public school settings, and specialized clinics. She has treated clients diagnosed with expressive and receptive language delays, hearing loss, Down syndrome, augmentative and alternative communication needs, speech sound disorders, and phonological processing disorders. Addie has received specialized training in and is most passionate about designing and implementing treatment plans for people who stutter and individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. She strives to make treatment fun and engaging by implementing client centered, functional activities that are specifically designed for the individual needs of each client. To target specific treatment outcomes, Addie works collaboratively with parents to develop functional treatment plans based on a family’s and a child’s individualized needs.
Away from work, Addie enjoys reading, traveling, running, and spending time with her family.