hunter.mcferon@buildingbridgestherapy.com

Hunter obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Communication Science and Disorders from the University of Georgia in 2017. He has worked in pediatric outpatient clinics, public schools, and long term acute care settings in the San Jose, CA and Atlanta, GA areas. Hunter has treated clients ranging in age from birth through adulthood with diagnoses including Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Dysphagia, Apraxia of Speech, Language Delays/Disorders, Fluency (stuttering), and Phonological Disorders. He joined the staff of Building Bridges Therapy in 2021. Hunter has continued to improve his clinical skills by attending courses related to augmentative alternative communication, language and social communication disorders, speech sound disorders, fluency, and feeding disorders. Specific training includes the SCERTS Model, Prolonged Speech, Dynamic Tactile and Temporal Cueing for Apraxia of Speech, The Hanen Approach, the SOS Feeding Approach, PROMPT, and more. Outside of work Hunter enjoys spending time with friends and family, anything and everything outdoors, trying new foods, video games, and making music.