Kameron Brief Beaulieu, M.S., CCC-SLP, is an assistant professor and pediatric speech language pathologist at the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center/Institute on Development and Disability at OHSU. Ms. Beaulieu joined the faculty at OHSU in 2002 and serves as LEND Faculty and Training Coordinator in the Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities Program (LEND).
Ms. Beaulieu specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children with cleft palate/craniofacial disorders, velopharyngeal insufficiency, and pediatric and adolescent speech language development. She is part of the Cleft Palate Craniofacial Team and LEND Diagnostic Clinic at OHSU. Ms. Beaulieu has advanced training in cleft palate and related speech disorders, resonance disorders, child centered interventions and interdisciplinary care of children with complex developmental histories. Ms. Beaulieu has a special interest in 22q11.2 deletion, non-syndromic velopharyngeal insufficiency and social communication disorders in ASD and ADHD populations.
Ms. Beaulieu’s educational training efforts have focused on the recruitment, placement and clinical teaching of graduate students and clinical fellows. She supervises and mentors students and clinical fellows as part of her clinical mission and is passionate about fostering a legacy of child and family centered providers. She has served as adjunct faculty at Pacific University and Portland State University. In the summer months Ms. Beaulieu works collaboratively with Pacific University faculty to educate and mentor graduate students in the evaluation and treatment of children with cleft palate speech and related disorders at a Cleft Camp. Ms. Beaulieu’s research interests include speech outcomes in cleft and craniofacial populations.
In her spare time, Ms. Beaulieu enjoys the company of daughter, husband and Great Dane. Whenever possible she spends time along the coast of the Pacific Northwest, makes efforts to master snowboarding and escapes to her home town in sunny southern California.
- B.S., San Diego State University, San Diego California 1992
- B.A., Portland State University, Portland Oregon 1999
- M.S., Portland State University, Portland Oregon 2001
- Clinical Fellowship - Speech-Language Pathology, Oregon Health & Science University, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, 2001
- Clinical Fellowship - Assistive Technology, Oregon Health & Science University, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, 2001
- Clinical Fellowship - Speech-Language Pathology, Scottish Rite Clinic for Childhood Language Disorders, 2001
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Langauge Pathology, American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, 2001
- Certificate of Clinical Training, RSF-Earthspeak Corrective Babbling, 2012
Honors and awards
- American Speech and Hearing Association ACE Award for Continued Education 2015
- Distinguished Alumna for Exemplary Leadership in Interdisciplinary Service 2014
- American Speech and Hearing Association ACE Award for Continued Education 2013
- American Speech and Hearing Association ACE Award for Continued Education 2012
- Academic Excellence, Portland State University 2010
- American Speech and Hearing Association ACE Award for Continued Education 2009
- American Speech and Hearing Association ACE Award for Continued Education 2008
- Honors of the Association in Collaboration with the CDRC Autism Clinic, Oregon Speech and Hearing Association 2006
Memberships and associations
- American Speech- Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)
- American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association (ACPA)
- Oregon Speech and Hearing Association (OSHA)
- ASHA Special Interest Group 3: Voice and Voice Disorders
- ASHA Special Interest Group 5: Craniofacial and Velopharyngeal Disorders
- ACPA Special Interest Group: 22q11.2 Deletion