Rebecca Eberle

Rebecca Eberle

Clinical Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences


  • Board Certified, Neurogenic Communication Disorders, ANCDS
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence, Speech-Language Pathology,
  • M.A., Speech and Hearing Sciences, Indiana University, 1984
  • B.A., Speech and Hearing Sciences, Indiana University, 1982
  • Germanic Languages (dual degreed), Indiana University, 1982

Research interests

  • Adolescents and adults with acquired neurogenic communication disorders resulting from acquired brain injury (ABI), stroke, and brain tumor
  • Adults with degenerative neurological processes
  • Clients who require augmentative alternative communication (AAC) systems or technology for improved communication and cognition
  • Support Group, and Group Interventions for aphasia, ABI, and specific acquired disorders
  • Comprehensive neuro-linguistic evaluations

About Rebecca Eberle

Rebecca serves in the role of Clinical Professor at the Indiana University Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Her primary clinical teaching responsibilities are in the areas of acquired neurogenic speech, language and cognitive-linguistic disorders. Graduate course teaching has included: Medical Speech Pathology, Cognitive Disorders in Brain Injury and Disease, and Motor Speech Disorders. She has provided service in the adult rehabilitation arena for 37 years, in the roles of therapist, administrator, clinical supervisor, and teacher. Rebecca served on Executive Councils in numerous roles for two state associations, including chair of the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Indiana, Indiana Speech and Hearing Association, and currently works as an active contributing member on committees for national and international associations. She has presented regionally, nationally and internationally, and has co-authored several research papers, book chapters, as well as co-authoring the 2012 ACRM publication, Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual.