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ABOUT

Get to Know Us
and Our Philosophy

We believe in a family-centred team approach when it comes to speech therapy services. This means the patient and their loved ones needs come first. We work with other professionals in the community to deliver whole-person therapy, taking into consideration all aspects of a patients life so that we are able to address the root of concerns, and empower patients to reach their goals. We provide services where the patient feels most comfortable and where they use their skills the most: at home and in the community.

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Speech Language Pathologist

Ben Lamont, M.S. RSLP

Ben is a Speech-Language Pathologist with experience working with clients across the lifespan. He has worked in a variety of settings, including early intervention, schools, hospitals, and rehabilitation centres. He is interested in early intervention, AAC, adult neurorehabilitation, and supporting individuals with complex communication needs. Ben is certified to provide LSVT-LOUD voice therapy for people with Parkinson's Disease, as well as Hanen's It Takes Two to Talk, for parents of children with language delays.

Ben is able to offer services as a Communication Intermediary (CI) in Alberta & BC. CIs serve a neutral role to support access to the justice system for individuals with communication difficulties, supporting communication in a variety of areas within the justice system. See https://www.cajust.ca/ for further information.

He is registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA) and the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHBC), and certified by Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC-OAC).

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Speech Language Pathologist

Susana Becerra, M.S. RSLP CCC-SLP

Susana is a Speech-Language Pathologist with experience working with clients and families with a variety of needs. She enjoys working one on one with clients and their families, as well as in small groups. She has special interest in the topics of Early Intervention, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, and Social Communication Disorders.

Susana is registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA) and is certified by Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC-OAC), as well as the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).

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Speech Language Pathologist

McKenna Crisp M.S RSLP(C)

McKenna is a Speech-Language Pathologist with experience focusing on family-centred care for clients with diverse needs. She has special interest regarding Early Intervention, Literacy Development, as well as Social Communication Disorders. She is certified in the Read It Again program for young children working on literacy skills. 


McKenna is conditionally registered with Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSPLA), and is registered with Speech Pathology Australia (SPA).

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Speech Language Pathologist

Jenna Stetz, M.Sc, RSLP(C)

Jenna is a Speech-Language Pathologist with experience working with people of all ages in a variety of different  settings. Jenna has worked in hospitals, schools and specialized clinics. She has special interest in early-intervention, literacy development, voice therapy, adult neurorehabilitation and aphasia!

 

Jenna is certified to provide LSVT-LOUD voice therapy for people with Parkinson's Disease and other voice conditions. She is registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA)

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Speech Language Pathologist

Taylor Trainor, M.A., RSLP(C)

Taylor is a Speech-Language Pathologist who was born and raised in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Taylor has experience helping children of all ages with a wide variety of communication challenges including treatment and assessment of: late-talkers, expressive and receptive language disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, ASD, fluency, social communication, she has a special interest in speech sound disorders. 

 

Taylor values a client and family-centred approach to therapy. She believes trust and collaboration are key to therapeutic success and always strives to incorporate activities that are fun but also meaningful to the client/family. When not working, Taylor likes to read, garden and go rock-wall climbing.

 

She is registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA) as well as the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Newfoundland and Labrador (CASLP-NL). She is also certified with Speech and Audiology Canada (SAC-OAC). 

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Occupational Therapist

Kirsten Wright, MScOT(C)

Kirsten is an Occupational Therapist who has experience working with diverse populations including both children and adults with mental and/or physical health challenges. Kirsten enjoys working with a variety of populations to help individuals reach their goals and participate in the activities they enjoy. Kirsten also enjoys facilitating groups, and is interested in starting up a gardening group!

 

Kirsten is provisionally registered with the Alberta College of Occupational Therapists.

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Speech Language Pathologist

Enoch Cheung

Enoch is a speech language pathologist who enjoys working with children on their speech, language, and social goals. He has a wealth of speech and language knowledge, working with kids of all ages!

Enoch started teaching children both in the classroom and in 1-1 setting in 2016. He passionate about teaching and motivating children to learn in an innovative way.

He graduated with his master of speech and language pathology in Hong Kong and is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese. 

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Therapy Assistant

Sophiya Syroid

Sophiya is a therapy assistant who is experienced working 1-1 with children and families that have behavioural and speech needs using ABA. She enjoys working with children with all different needs.

She has recently completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology and is looking at pursuing her education with a masters in counselling in the near future.  

She believes in using play-based therapy to keep children engaged, motivated in learning and create lasting influence.  

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Therapy Assistant

Abigail Kaack

Abbie is a therapy assistant who is experienced working with diverse populations including children, adolescents, and families that have behavioural, mental health, and speech related needs.

She is currently finishing her degree in psychology, and after graduation is planning on pursuing a masters in psychology with a focus on child development and trauma counseling.

Within her work with children, she utilizes child-led play based activities to increase the child's engagement, and create lasting impressions on what they have learned in sessions to help reach their full potential.

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