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Ever Wonder What a CDA does?

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." - Henry Ford


CDA's, or Communication Disorders Assistants, are the wonderful and knowledgable clinicians that work directly under a speech-language pathologist's supervision and assist us in the work that we do!

They can provide individual and group treatment for communication disorders and offer clinical support to speech-language pathologists by implementing the clinical treatment plans. Using their specialized training, tools, and techniques, they help transform communication, language, social and plays skills.

What does a communicative disorders assistant do at ABCommunication speech therapy clinic autism

We are very lucky to have a wonderful, experienced, knowledgeable CDA on our team! Sylvie Leblanc offers years of experience working with preschoolers and children who have autism and other types of language and speech disorders or delays.

Sharon Burgess



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