Kori Harrow

Early Intervention, M.A., CCC-SLP

Kori earned undergraduate degrees in English and psychology from Virginia Tech and received her Master of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Radford University. While completing her Clinical Fellowship, Kori also earned a Master of Science degree in Corporate and Professional Communication from Radford University. She has been working as an SLP since 2009 in a variety of pediatric settings including public schools and outpatient clinics. Always seeking to increase her knowledge and improve her practice, Kori has received the Award for Continuing Education (ACE) by exceeding continuing education requirements set forth by ASHA. Additionally, Kori has presented at state and national conventions on the topics of counseling, nonverbal behaviors, and evidence-based treatment programs for children with autism spectrum disorders.
Kori enjoys collaborating with families and other caregivers with play-based and family-centered speech-language therapy. She strives to implement strategies and offer carryover activities to parents so that the child’s goals can be targeted outside of therapy. Kori enjoys working with children who have receptive and expressive language difficulties including childhood language disorders related to attention deficits, autism spectrum disorders, and learning disabilities. She loves helping children improve their social communication skills like maintaining conversation, giving enough background information, telling stories, and tuning in to social nuances and emotions. When Kori is not working, she loves spending time at home with her husband, Tom, and sons, Henry and Evan.