Mary Jean Dyczko, MA, CCC-SLP

Adjunct Faculty, Speech-Language Pathology

School of Health Sciences

Biography

Mary Jean Dyczko is an adjunct professor for the Touro College Graduate program in Speech-Language Pathology where she teaches the Augmentative and Alternative Communication course. She received her Master's in Speech Language Pathology from Queens College. She holds certification by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association in Speech Pathology (CCC), permanent NYS Certification as a Teacher of Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH), certified RESNA Assistive Technology Professional (ATP), and a NYS Licensed Speech Language Pathologist (SLP). Ms. Dyczko works at a variety of sites, including running an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) lab (that services adults with complex communication needs in 4 boroughs) where she conducts AAC and access evaluations, repairs, programming, production of manual static communication displays and training; conducts Assistive Technology (AT) evaluations and brings AT tools, services and training to a Kindergarten through 21 program in Manhattan; as well as currently teaches on the graduate level at 2 universities in addition to Touro College. She has presented at various conferences, conducted numerous workshops and lectured and a variety of institutions/universities. Ms. Dyczko coauthored a chapter on Augmentative and Alternative Communication in an Aural Rehabilitation textbook.

Education

  • M.A., Queens College