Speech-Language Pathology Services
Evaluation-this will include medical history, assessment(s), and development of goals/treatment if needed.
Treatment-not everyone is a candidate for treatment. This will be determined during evaluation. Kinds of treatment, frequency of treatments, and duration of treatments will be different for each person. A treatment plan will be followed and incorporate client focused goals.
Offering evidence-based Neuro-Muscular Electrical Stimulation
Speech-Language Pathology Services
Children and Adults
Populations Served: Children (5 and up) and Adults
Intellectual Disabilities, Strokes, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Dementia, Parkinson's Disease, Autism, & many more.
Dysphagia "Swallowing" Therapy
Coughing after swallowing foods or drinks
Speech Therapy for Children
This can consist of articulation, language, social skills, AAC, and so much more!
Apraxia of Speech
Alternative Augmentative Communication "AAC"
What Would You Like to Know?
You’ve Got Questions - I’ve Got Answers
What are some issues people seek speech therapy for?
"I can't find my words."
"Food gets stuck in my throat."
"I cough after I eat or drink sometimes."
"It's hard to chew my food."
"I keep forgetting things."
"I speak too soft, too slow, or too quickly."
"I'm worried about how my child says their sounds."
"How long will it take for the problem to get better?" Each problem and each person is different. This question can be better answered during the evaluation.
Will my insurance cover my visit?
You may call your insurance to check your Out of Network benefits for Speech Therapy. Multiple plans will reimburse you for services you seek. You may also utilize HSA benefits. I currently bill Medicare, Medicaid, Caresource, Tricare, Humana, and Aetna (Pending UHC, Peachstate, and BCBS).
My name is Brittany Jamison and I am a Speech Language Pathologist. I have lived my whole life in Dahlonega, Ga. I graduated from Lumpkin County High school and went to University of North Georgia for my undergraduate degree. I went on to earn my Masters in Speech Language Pathology from East Tennessee State University in the Spring of 2016. I have worked as a speech pathologist within the pediatric and adult populations since 2016. I've gained experience with a variety of disorders and populations. I've been a practicing therapist since 2016 and Jamison Therapy was born in 2020.
I love to spend my free time with my family, friends, dogs, and with my chickens! Going out to eat, shopping, and being outside are very fun to me. Learning about the brain and watching medical documentaries are two things I enjoy doing often.
Location mode will be determined based on child vs adult, kind of treatment needed, client address, and client request.
Tele-therapy: This will involve a virtual service. Client will need technology with an adequate camera and internal/external microphone.
In the Home: This will involve myself "Brittany" coming to your home and providing treatment.
Hybrid Approach: Tele-therapy sessions and in the home sessions
Reviews and Testimonials
What Patients Are Saying
We finally found Brittany! It was two years ago that we heard of an outstanding speech therapist in Dahlonega. My adult son who has a speech impediment due to a sustained brain injury in a car accident almost seven years ago needed therapy. The knowledgeable, creative “out of the box thinker”, personable and professional Brittany quickly became part of Jon's team to help him on his journey to recovery. Jon has improved tremendously since day one with Brittany. His speech is more intelligible and his comprehension much improved. We are thrilled that the dynamic Brittany has decided to open her own mobile speech clinic! Yes, she will go to you...a speech therapist who makes house calls!