1939 St-Joseph Blvd

Orleans, ON

K1C 2E2

ABCommunication
Clinique d'orthophonie et Associées

Tel: 613-834-2229

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Speech Therapists

Sharon Burgess

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, 

M.H.Sc., S-LP

Reg. CASLPO

 

Sharon completed her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Ottawa in 2003 where she currently teaches Communication Disorders in Special Populations and Assistive Technologies to Support Reading

and Writing. Over the years, she has had the opportunity and privilege of offering a variety of training courses and workshops related to autism spectrum disorders and the Structured Teaching approach.

 

She has dedicated most of her career to working with children, adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum, initially as a behavioral therapist, and for the last 12 years, as a speech-language pathologist. 

When her two youngest daughters were diagnosed with language-based learning difficulties (dyslexia, dysorthographia), she decided to deepen her knowledge in order to better support them. Work related to these difficulties has now become an area of practice she truly enjoys!

 

Sharon enjoys spending time with her four children and husband, travelling and keeping active by playing a variety of sports. 

 

 

Anick holds a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Ottawa and obtained the Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) Clinical Certification in 2004. She has also completed several formal training and stays up to date with evidence-based treatment practices including the Hanen parent training programs, childhood apraxia of speech, autism, early language development and augmentative communication. Moreover, Anick has offered numerous parent and community workshops and has supervised many students in the field of speech-language pathology.

 

Anick has been providing SLP services to toddlers, preschool and school-aged children for over 13 years. She has demonstrated success in a wide range of settings such as preschool programs, an Ottawa school board and the Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre, where she has been working in the Clinic of Augmentative Communication since 2006. She is passionate about connecting with and engaging each child to meet their unique needs. She has experience in providing services to children and youth with speech and language delays, physical disabilities and developmental delays, including cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, and others.

 

Anick has a special interest in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and is registered as an Assistive Device Program (ADP) Individual Authorizer. She can prescribe ADP communication aids with financial assistance to clients and their families (ie. communication books, “low tech” communication devices). Anick can also provide therapy for the use of augmentative communication systems, including Picture Exchange Communication Symbols (PECS), sign language, speech generating devices and more.

 

Anick enjoys spending time with her two kids and husband, playing soccer, travelling and working on home and design projects.

Anick Labrèche-Garby

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, 

M.H.Sc. (C), S-LP

Reg. CASLPO

Mélanie Roy

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, M.Sc.S (ORT) CASLPO

 

 

Melanie completed her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Ottawa in 2004. Since then, Melanie has provided her SLP services in school settings in the Ottawa area as well as New Brunswick for over 10 years. Her time spent working in that environment has enabled her to develop a proficiency with respect to the impact of language difficulties on school learning. Her previous work experience has allowed her to support children (often from bilingual households) that possess difficulties with language comprehension, expressive language, reading, writing, articulation and stuttering. She also provided services in her own private practice in New Brunswick for nearly four years.

 

Over the course of her career, Melanie has had the opportunity to offer several workshops for teachers and parents, something she cherishes deeply. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and spending time with her two children and husband.

 

 

Mélissa holds a Bachelor in Health Science with a minor in Psychology and has completed her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Ottawa in 2016. She also has her It Takes Two to Talk® Certification for speech-language pathologists from The Hanen Centre and recently completed her ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) certificate from The Geneva Centre.

 

Since becoming a Speech-Language Pathologist, Mélissa has offered services to toddlers, preschool and school-aged children with speech and language delays, language-based learning difficulties (dyslexia, dysorthographia) and physical and developmental delays such as Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Mélissa discovered her passion for ASD during her internship at Camp été fou, a summer camp that seeks to enhance the development of social interaction and communication skills of children with ASD. Since then, she has been working with many children with autism at the ABC Pediatric Clinic and at a weekly program, Sam-dit Turbos offered by Société franco-ontarienne de l’autisme. Working with kids with autism has really become a passion of hers on this new adventure as a Speech-Language Pathologist!

Mélissa Groulx,

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, M.Sc.S (ORT) CASLPO

Caroline St-Jean

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, M.H.Sc, S-LP, REG CASLPO

For the past five years, Caroline has worked in an inclusive school setting in Alberta. During that time, she provided a variety of services (such as assessment, group and individual therapy sessions, consultation, modelling and presentations/training) for school staff and children between the ages of 3 and 21 attending francophone schools throughout Alberta. She has also attended a range of professional development courses in order to provide the best services for children with Complex Communication needs. Starting her seventh year as a Speech-Language Pathologist, Caroline loves diversity and enjoys facing challenges. She is always seeking to enrich her knowledge of literacy, augmentative and alternative communication and multidisciplinary collaboration, which constitutes her professional interests.

Jodie received her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology from McGill University and her Masters of Science in Speech-language Pathology from the University of British Columbia. Jodie has 21 years of clinical experience in a variety of settings including rehabilitation, inpatient acute care, preschool speech and language initiatives and school care. Jodie has evaluated and treated clients with difficulties associated with the following: receptive and expressive language, phonological awareness and early literacy skills, reading, articulation, phonology, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Jodie strongly believes that parents are children’s best teachers and encourages parents to be partners in the therapy process. Jodie provides services in English and French.

Jodie Krys,

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, M.H.Sc, S-LP, REG CASLPO

Monic Breton,

M.O.A. Reg. CASLPO, Speech-Language Pathologist

Monic is a bilingual (French-English) clinician who has been practicing Speech-Language Pathology for 25 years. She has provided services to children of all ages as part of a multidisciplinary team in a Children’s Treatment Centre in Northern Ontario and then worked with toddlers and preschoolers in a Preschool Speech and Language Program.

During her career, Monic has worked with children presenting with developmental delays, acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, articulation delays, hearing loss, childhood apraxia of speech and feeding difficulties.

As a mother of three young adults, Monic understands the importance of parents’ role in their children’s development and encourages the parents’ involvement in all aspects of intervention. Monic engages children in fun and relevant activities to help them improve their oral and/or written communication skills.

Alexandra holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Linguistics and has completed her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Ottawa in 2018. Alexandra is registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario. She also obtained the Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) Clinical Certification in 2018. She has experience assessing and offering intervention to preschool and school-aged children. Alexandra has a particular interest in language delays (language comprehension and expressive language), articulation/phonological disorders, pragmatic skills (social) and literacy skills (reading and writing). She loves working with preschoolers and elementary school-aged children! Alexandra takes a family-centred approach when creating treatment plans. She believes that family collaboration is key for a successful intervention! She enjoys expanding her knowledge of the field and further developing her clinical skills by collaborating with other professionals, keeping up to date with current evidence-based research, and attending workshops. Alexandra provides services in both French and English.

Alexandra Allard,

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, M.H.Sc., S-LP (C), Reg. CASLPO

Stéphanie Auger,

 

Speech-Language Pathologist, M.H.Sc, S-LP, REG CASLPO

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