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Holly Love
Holly Love
Coordinator of Low-Incidence Disabilities
VDOE's Training and Technical Assistance Center at Virginia Tech

Holly is a graduate of Radford University where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders and her Master of Science degree in speech pathology. She is an ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist and a RESNA certified Assistive Technology Professional and has worked for the T/TAC at Virginia Tech for 10 years. Prior to joining T/TAC, Holly served students preschool through high school-age with a wide range of speech and language needs. She was previously an adjunct faculty member at Radford University where she has supervised graduate students in the speech pathology program and has taught coursework in the education department.

Event(s) Authored
Archived Implementation of AAC: Debunking Common Myths and Road Blocks - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2017-2018
Canceled AAC Implementation: Making the Most of Every Opportunity! - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2019-2020
Archived Do It Yourself Assistive Technology at Home - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2019-2020
Supporting AAC during virtual learning: Live Q & A - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2020-2021
Archived Using Sensory Activities to Promote a Readiness to Learn - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2020-2021