Kimberly Caul, M.S., CCC-SLP, CBIS
Position title: Clinical Associate Professor, Speech-Language Pathologist, Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS)
Phone: (608) 262-1382
370 Goodnight Hall
1975 Willow Drive
Madison, WI 53706
B.S.E., University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
CBIS, Brain Injury Association of America
CS&D 790: Practicum in Communication Sciences and Disorders
CS&D 790: Medical Field Site Practicum in Communication Sciences and Disorders
CS&D 713: Introduction to Medical Speech Language Pathology
Background and Expertise
Kimberly worked as a clinical Speech Language Pathologist in the medical and school settings for 12 years, serving a diverse client population of children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics. She worked in medical settings across nine years of her clinical practice, which included work at a post-acute brain injury rehabilitation center, skilled nursing facilities, and inpatient and outpatient in the hospital setting. She continues to work per diem in skilled nursing facilities in southern WI.
Kim provided speech and language services in the educational setting for ages Pre-K to 21 years of age for three years, with a focus on secondary educational levels and post-secondary transition programming (age 18-21). Kim also served as a consultant for Assistive Technology (AT) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) in the Fox Valley area through CESA 6 (Cooperative Educational Service Agency, region 6).
Kim’s clinical interests include the areas of neurogenic communication disorders resulting from acquired brain injury (stroke/TBI), AAC, adolescents with developmental disorders, social communication disorders and behavior management. In the UWSHC, Kim sees clients of a variety of age and communication disorder groups, with services including cognitive-communicative therapy, aphasia therapy, motor speech, voice therapy, accent modification training, and intervention for young adults with intellectual disability with vocational and functional living goals. Kim supports clients with neurodegenerative disorders through the voice and message banking process. Group, individual and teletherapy options are available.
Kim collaborates with the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Dept at UW-Madison to supervise SLP graduate students in the Dewane Neurorehabilitative Pro Bono Clinic, serving clients post-stroke and TBI. She also supervises SLP graduate students at GiGi’s Playhouse of Madison, Down Syndrome Achievement Center.
Kim is the medical practicum site placement coordinator for graduate students in their 2nd year, as well as instructor of the CS&D 713 Medical Speech Language Pathology course.
Licenses and Memberships
Member, American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
Member, ASHA Special Interest Group (SIG) 2: Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Member, Wisconsin Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Association (WSHA)
Wisconsin Department of Safety of Professional Services (DSPS) license
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) license