Kayce Hinton

Clinical Educator/Instructor

  • email: kayce.hinton@ua.edu
  • phone (205) 348-1836
  • office location 153 Speech and Hearing Center


  • B.S., Human Environmental Sciences and Early Childhood Development, University of Alabama, 2008
  • M.S., Speech-Language Pathology, University of Alabama, 2011


Kayce Hinton is a Speech-Language Pathologist, serving as a Clinical Educator and Instructor at The University of Alabama. She earned her Bachelor of Human Environmental Science, Early Childhood Development degree and Master of Science degree from The University of Alabama. She began her career with Restore Therapy Services in 2012 where she worked with Adults to Geriatrics in various Skilled Nursing Homes and Rehabilitation Centers. She served as an off-campus supervisor for graduate student clinicians as well as a Clinical Fellow supervisor for new SLP employees in a CF position while working in these settings. She transitioned to the University of Alabama Speech and Hearing Center in Spring 2022. As a clinical educator, she supervises graduate student clinicians as they provide individual and group therapy services to pediatrics to adults with speech, language, social-communication, and voice disorders. She is certified in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT – LOUD) as well as trained in PEERS (Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills) and currently is providing individual and group therapy in these areas. She also teaches an undergraduate course – CD 225 – Introduction to Communicative Disorders.