Azalea Rehab Services is a local outpatient rehabilitation clinic that effectively provides speech, occupational, language and swallowing disorder therapy and treatment for clients of every age group. We opened our doors in June 2012, and we continue to grow in the direction of the needs of our patients!
M. Ed., CCC-SLP/Owner
Heather received her Bachelor's and Master's of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. She holds a VitalStim Certification. She has extensive experience with pediatrics, adolescents, and adults in hospital, school, home health, medically fragile daycare and private-practice settings. She enjoys working with all age ranges and disorders during therapy. She enjoys the diverse environments in which a speech-language pathologist gets to work. She is originally from Baxley, GA. She lives in Valdosta, GA with her husband of 5 years, Dr. Mike Delaney, and sons, Liam and Davis. Her family has two dogs: Bailey, a westie, and Chaney, a boykin spaniel. Heather is a co-owner of Azalea Rehab Services, which opened its doors to serve the community in June 2012. Her favorite activities include playing with her boys, running, baking, and spending time with her family.
M. Ed., CCC-SLP
Kelly received her Bachelor's and Master's of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Bachelor's Degree. She completed her internship at Cox Elementary School, in Moultrie, GA and her medical externship at The Speech and Swallowing Clinic in Douglas, GA. She has worked with children and adults with speech and language difficulties and has experience with many diverse populations. Her area of interest is language therapy with pediatrics. She is originally from Blackshear, GA, where her family still resides. She lives in Valdosta, GA with her sister, Megan, and miniature schnauzer, Dexter. Kelly joined the Azalea Rehab Services Team in January 2013 and is currently completing her Clinical Fellowship Experience. She enjoys shopping, going to the beach, working out, and watching UGA football.
M. Ed., CCC-SLP
Brittany received her Bachelor's and Master's of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. She has extensive experience with adults in the following settings: hospital, private-practice, & home health. She mostly enjoys working with patients and building relationships with them and their families. She is originally from Valdosta, GA. She lives in Hahira, GA with her husband, Allen. Brittany and Allen have two sons: Holt and Tate. She enjoys running and playing with her boys when she is not working.
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"Initially, we chose to visit an SLP that worked in pediatrics. We wanted someone who was caring in their approach. We had worked with Erin and Heather at a previous therapy office. We knew the progress we had made under their treatment and essentially knew we would get the best care and treatment at Azalea Rehab Services."
MS, OTR/L Occupational Therapist, Modality Certified
Lyndsey received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Auburn University and her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She holds the following certifications: Handwriting Without Tears, Modalities, and Balance For Life. Her OT career has included treating in an Acute Care Hospital (ICU, Ortho, Medical, TCC, and Rehab), Outpatient for Pediatrics and Adults, Skilled Nursing Facility, and Home Health Services. Lyndsey loves being an occupational therapist because she gets to help others on a daily basis and assist them in becoming independent, once again, with daily life activities. She enjoys pediatrics because she gets to help them learn age-appropriate daily life skills in a fun way, through play! Through her years of working as an OT she says that her patients have taught her more than she has taught them; how to appreciate life, not taking anything for granted, and persevering through any situation. Lyndsey is originally from Conyers, GA (about 25 miles Southeast of Atlanta). She currently lives in Tifton, GA with her husband, Lee, step-daughter, Macy (7 y/o), and son Maddox Levi (born August 15, 2013). Lyndsey and her family have 3 dogs: Dakota (7y/o Silky Terrier), Zoe (6 y/o Pom-poo-chi), and Roxy (5 y/o German Shepard). She enjoys spending time with her family, watching college football (WAR EAGLE!), shopping, working out, visiting the beach, reading, and traveling home to see family..
M. Ed., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist
Brittney received her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. She currently holds a State of Georgia Educator’s Certificate and a State of Florida Educator’s Certificate. Brittney has gained her work experience from being in elementary and middle school settings. She enjoys helping others communicate and feels that it is very rewarding to assist patients and their families with communication needs. Brittney is originally from Cairo, GA and resides with her husband, J.L., and son, Tripp in Tifton, GA. She enjoys spending time with her family, crafting, and exercising. She and her family enjoy going to the beach, watching football, and playing sports with her son, Tripp.
M. Ed., CCC-SLP
Kristy received her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. Kristy currently holds VitalStim and CPR Certifications. Kristy has lots of experience in Speech-Language Pathology; Skilled Nursing Facilities with Geriatrics, Outpatient Clinics with Pediatrics and Adults, Acute Care, and Home Health Services. Kristy’s favorite thing about being a speech therapist is having the opportunity to work with children and adults. Kristy is originally from Omega, GA. She currently resides in Lakeland, GA, but will soon be relocating to Lowndes County. She is married to her Michael and the couple has three dogs: Oscar (Long-Haired Miniature Dachshund), Cooper (Short-Legged Jack Russell Terrier), and Gattis (Golden Retriever). Kristy enjoys running, shopping, and reading when she is not working. She also enjoys spending time with her husband, four-legged children, and her friends. She began running in 2013 and has run several 5k Races and 10k Races. She will be doing her first 15k Race in the near future.
Wenbrelee "Wendee" Spradley
M. Ed., CCC-SLP
Wendee received her Bachelor's and Master's of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. She has a great deal of experience in the private practice and school settings. She enjoys working with children and experiencing their growth and success. She feels that there is no greater reward than helping a child (or adult) communicate his/her basic wants and needs to others. Wendee is originally from Axson, GA. She lives in Hahira, GA with her husband of 4 years, Stephen, and her son, Stephen Corbitt "S.C", 16 months-old. Her family has two dogs; Sugar, a chocolate lab, and Georgia, a miniature schnauzer. Wendee joined the Azalea Rehab Services Team in July 2012. She enjoys spending time with her family, watching college football and shopping.
Katie A. Thomas
M. Ed., CCC-SLP
Katie received her Bachelor's and Master's of Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University. Katie was chosen to present at the Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Convention on 'The Use of Proverbs to Access Deep Structure Meaning', February 2011 with Dr. Robert Johnston, M.A., CCC-SLP. She has worked with children and adults with varying communication and swallowing disorders. Her area of interest, related to speech therapy, is pediatric swallowing. She is from and currently lives in Valdosta, GA. Katie has two sons, Cameron and Cason. Her family has one dog, Harley, a chiwienie. Katie joined the Azalea Rehab Services Team in February 2013. Her favorite activities include running, shopping, and playing with her babies.
Adana Wood Harris
Adana is originally from Valdosta, GA, where she went to school at Lowndes High. She lives in Hahira, GA with her husband, Derrik Harris, step-daughter, Emma Harris, son, Airic Williams, daughter, Jordyn Williams, and the family's dog, Sophie. After having children, Adana was a busy stay-at-home mother for several years. Her son, Airic, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder 6 years ago. She keeps busy staying up-to-date on treatments for autism and different resources that are available in our community and surrounding areas. Adana joined Azalea Rehab Services in December 2012.