Kate Quigley joined Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences in August 2022. She is a clinical instructor/clinical fellow in the Division of Speech and Language Pathology within the college's School of Rehabilitation Sciences.
During her graduate career, Quigley has worked with individuals across the lifespan with varying communication needs. Her clinical experiences have included various medical settings (home health, outpatient rehabilitation, acute care and skilled nursing facilities), outpatient clinics and an educational setting.
In addition to her clinical experiences, Quigley has conducted and presented an independent research study on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and communication partner support at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NYSSHLA).
- MS, speech-language pathology, Ithaca College
- BA, speech and hearing sciences, University at Buffalo
- Counseling in speech-language pathology
- Interprofessional collaboration and education
- Socio-emotional issues and communication disorders
Augmentative and alternative communication
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Individuals with complex communication needs
- Neurocognitive communication disorders