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School of Family Studies and Human Services

Carrie L. Fratecelli

Assistant Clinical Professor

Contact Information

119 Campus Creek Complex
785-532-2033
clfratecelli@k-state.edu

Education

  • M.S. in Family Studies and Human Services - Communication Sciences and Disorders, Kansas State University
  • B.S. in Family Studies and Human Services – Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • B.A. in Modern Languages – French, Kansas State University
  • B.A. in Bible (Dual Degree with KSU), Manhattan Christian College

Credentials and/or Certifications

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence, American Speech-Language Hearing Association
  • Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, State of Kansas

Area(s) of Specialization:

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Criminal justice issues related to complex communication needs

Courses Taught:

  • CSD 725: Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Professional Biography

Carrie Leonhart Fratecelli is Clinical Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Ms. Fratecelli completed bachelor’s and master’s work in communication sciences and disorders at Kansas State University. Carrie's clinical and research interests include augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and criminal justice issues related to complex communication needs. She is an ASHA-certified and KS licensed speech-language pathologist. Her professional experience includes work in public and private schools as well as home and community-based programs. She also worked as Augmentative Communication Services Coordinator at Temple University's Institute on Disabilities.

Personal Information

Carrie Leonhart Fratecelli attended K-State and Manhattan Christian College for her undergraduate work. She stayed in Manhattan for her graduate program because she appreciated the personal attention that students can receive from the faculty-experts in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program as well as the person-focus of the College of Human Ecology as a whole.

Manhattan has a small-town feel, but offers diverse opportunities to fit all interests. Carrie is excited to return to Manhattan and looks forward to mentoring students serving the community.

Vita (PDF)