Network Referrals


Network providers accept peer-to-peer referrals for speech, language, hearing, and swallowing services.

Search for ASHA certified professionals, clinical specialists, and private practice groups in the Speech and Hearing National Referral Network™ as a resource for your patients seeking services.

Contact other network providers for consults, second opinions, or to refer patients under your care that are relocating to a new city, touring musicians, and families that are traveling over the summer requiring an experienced and ASHA certified speech and hearing professional. 


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Ginger Jones

Speech Pathology; Speech, Language, Articulation;

Ginger Jones is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist. She serves as CEO and President of Jones Therapy Services in Nashville, TN. with 9 locations in Middle TN. and surrounding communities. 

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Kayla Jackson

Speech Pathology; Autism Spectrum Disorders; Speech and Language; Speech Therapy


Kayla Jackson is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist. She is owner of ACCESS Therapy in Nashville, TN. and specializes in autism, apraxia, articulation, speech and language disorders, and augmentative and alternative communication. 

Melissa Malani, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Kristie Knickerbocker 

Speech Pathology;
Voice Therapy;
Speech Therapy; Swallowing Therapy

Kristie Knickerbocker is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist. She is owner of a tempo Voice Center in Fort Worth, TX. She specializes in voice disorders and treatment of the singing voice. 


Dr. Jessica Galgano

Speech Language Pathology; Children's Speech Services; Early Intervention; Toddlers; Adult Speech Services; Telehealth; LSVT LOUD®

Dr. Galgano is an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist and the Founder and Executive Director of Open Lines in New York, N.Y., where she oversees all clinical treatment performed at the clinic. Dr. Galgano founded Open Lines on the principle that an integrated approach to therapy is the ideal way to treat speech and language disorders. Her clinical practice extends beyond treatment; Open Lines is consistently engaged in research, education and political advocacy.