Patient-centered care provided in your home, sets us apart from the rest
We believe in helping adults regain communication to maintain their social lives and strengthen their interactions with family and friends. We are dedicated to evidence-based practice and patient-centered care sets us apart from other SLPs. Our compassion and the ability to connect, allows us to build trusting and collaborative relationships with our clients. We go above and beyond making sure our clients and their families feel comfortable and have answers to their questions.
azley received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Misericordia University in Dallas, PA. Hazley has practiced as a Speech-language pathologist in a variety of adult settings including skilled nursing, outpatient and home health.
Hazley specializes in treating adults with neurological impairments affecting speech, language, cognition and swallow function. Hazley is scheduled to launch her Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) program in February 2021. She is a certified provider of McNeill Dysphagia Therapy Program and Speak OUT!® for Parkinson’s disease.
Hazley is licensed in the State of Pennsylvania and certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) since 2014. She received an Award for Continuing Education (ACE) in November 2020.
Hazley lives in Danville, Pennsylvania with her husband, Tyler, and two cats, Ivy Mae and Chance. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with family and friends, visiting all the local coffee shops, biking the Rails-to-Trails, and traveling.
Brighter Pathways Speech offers a complimentary phone consultation prior to scheduling an evaluation.
Receive a written order from your physician once evaluation is recommended.
Once a full evaluation is recommended, the client and caregivers will participate in a comprehensive assessment of skills in many areas in order to identify strengths and weaknesses. This will either be done in-person (at your home) or Telehealth services due to COVID-19 outbreak.
A treatment plan will be created and goals will be developed to target strengths and weaknesses in order to promote independence and maximize quality of life.