Mercy Homer, M.S., CCC-SLP

Mercy Homer, M.S., CCC-SLP
Adjunct Professor, Online Program - Speech Language Pathology
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Ms. Homer joined Baylor’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Online Program as an Instructor in January 2020. She is also employed full-time as an Assistant Professor for California Baptist University in the Communications Disorders and Sciences Department. In addition to the provision of speech-language services from pediatrics to geriatrics, Ms. Homer has had the honor of realizing numerous other accomplishments within the field such as: Adjunct Professor, Course Designer, Clinical Supervisor, Private Practice, Public School and Pediatric SLP in a variety of settings. Ms. Homer also greatly enjoys providing Continuing Educational workshops for educators, parents and community members, and has overseen and developed numerous preschool classrooms.

As a committed person of faith, Ms. Homer has both volunteered for and served as an employee of her local church as Music Director. Her primary hobbies include decorating, organizing, music composition, loving all dogs, and more recently beginning a education-based YouTube channel, ‘The Classroom SLP’.

 
Academic Interests and Research:

Academic and research interests include: early language and social skills development, articulation therapy, apraxia therapy, behavior management, treatment of children with autism, feeding development, curriculum development, communication and family & parent training/education

 
Education:
  • BS Ed, Speech and Hearing Handicapped, Fredonia State University
  • Minor Concentration  | German Education, Fredonia State University
  • MS Ed, Speech Pathology, Fredonia State University

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching Responsibilities:
  • CSD 5341 Birth to Five Lang Disorders
  • CSD 5318 Methods in Graduate Study

 

Favorite Scripture:

Proverbs 3:5-8

"Trust in the LORD with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight."