As an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Services Coordinator, Meng McLendon primarily provides AAC and Assistive Technology (AT) support to parents/caregivers and interdisciplinary team members working with the early intervention (birth - 3 years) population. She also supports adults with complex communication needs. Before joining the Institute on Disabilities, she worked as an SLP providing direct and indirect services in the public school and early intervention settings. Meng received her Master's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Howard University.