Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – B.A. (Hons.) – Queen’s University
Bachelor of Education – B.Ed. – Queen’s University
Masters of Clinical Science (Speech-Language Pathology) – M.Cl.Sc. (S-LP) – University of Western Ontario
Member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO)
Member of the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT)
Member of the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA)
Member of Speech-Language Audiology Canada (SAC)
Other Pertinent training outside of your credential:
Completed joint OSLA/University of Toronto course in Advanced Literacy Practices for Speech-Language Pathologists
Social Thinking – Incredible Flexible You Curriculum (now We Thinkers)
Clinically certified by Speech-Language Audiology Canada (SAC)
Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors, OSLA, 2011-2017
Years of Experience (in general): 7
Length of Time with ISAND: Part time since May 2015
Position at ISAND: Speech-Language Pathologist
Any areas of Specialization:
Special interest in school-age clients, literacy acquisition and development
Professional Accomplishments (at least one):
The greatest accomplishment has been seeing the individual successes of my clients.
What brought you to ISAND: In my consultative role as a school board speech-language pathologist, much of my time is spent assessing and providing programming recommendations to support students in classroom settings. Working at ISAND allows me to follow through with the implementation of these recommendations in a therapeutic setting.
What do you really like about ISAND: I am particularly appreciative of ISAND’s multi-disciplinary environment and the opportunities to collaborate with other likeminded professionals.
A little bit about who you are outside of ISAND – hobbies and interests
Having a toddler and an infant has put hobbies on pause for now – but when I have time, I love to cook, read and one day, I hope to travel with my kids!