Tracy Lynn Grammer, MS, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow
Tracy Lynn Grammer, MS, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, is a speech language pathologist with twenty seven years of experience working with adults experiencing a variety of cognitive and communication disorders to include cognitive dysfunction, aphasia, dysarthria, dysphasia and apraxia secondary to cerebral vascular accident, traumatic brain injury, glossectomy, laryngectomy, tracheostomy and ventilator dependency. She is employed as a speech language pathologist for the Department of Otolaryngology at OU Medical Center. She serves on the OU Med. trauma team and is affiliated with the Stephenson Cancer Center. Ms. Grammer is a faculty member of the OUHSC College of Medicine Department of Otolaryngology and the OUHSC Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Ms. Grammer is a frequently invited lecturer on the topics of traumatic brain injury, dysphagia, voice restoration following total laryngectomy, cognition, as well as speech and swallowing in tracheostomy and ventilator dependency. She serves as the 2015 - 2018 Oklahoma SLP Advisory Councilor to the American Speech Language Hearing Association. She served on the Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from August 2009 until August 2015, sitting as Chair from 2011 until 2015. Ms. Grammer served five years as the president of the Brain Injury Association of Oklahoma, 2005 – 2008 Oklahoma Legislative Councilor to the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Ms. Grammer is a past president of the Oklahoma Academy of Medical Speech Language Pathologists and a two time past president of the Oklahoma Speech Language Hearing Association. She is the Director and founder of Camp Sunrise, an outdoor retreat for adult survivors of traumatic brain injury, which began in 2000. Ms. Grammer was awarded Fellowship of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association in 2014, the 2012 OU Medical Trauma Angel Award, the 2010 Honors of the Association for the Oklahoma Speech Language Hearing Association, the 2005 and 2007 HCA Frist Humanitarian Awards as well as the 2001 Gwen Casey Award for Outstanding Clinical Service by the Oklahoma Speech Language Hearing Association. She holds a Master of Science degree in Speech Pathology from Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Oklahoma University.