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.
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.