Registered Speech Language Pathologist
Meghan is a life long Edmontonian who enjoys playing with her puppy Babu, hanging out with her niece and nephew, and going for long walks on the city’s beautiful river valley trails. Meghan’s passion for helping others and her love of science is what led her to become a speech-language pathologist (SLP). She has experience working with children with a wide range of communication needs including speech (e.g., articulation, phonological disorders, and apraxia of speech), language, literacy, stuttering, and social communication in home, community, and virtual settings. She also has experience working with alternative and augmentative communication (AAC). Meghan’s area of special interest is autism spectrum disorder.
A key component of Meghan’s practice is collaboration with clients and families to set meaningful speech, language, and communication goals and work towards them together. One of her favorite parts of her job as an SLP is continuously building her skills and staying current on research-supported practices so that she can individualize her treatment approach to each client. Meghan looks forward to working with clients to provide fun, meaningful, and evidence-based speech-language pathology services.
BA (Hons) Linguistics, University of Alberta, 2018
MSc Speech-Language Pathology, University of Alberta, 2021
Memberships and Certifications:
Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
Standard First Aid/CPR-C/AED
Motivational Interviewing – Level 1
Hanen More Than Words
Pivotal Response Training (PRT) – Level 1
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) – Level 1
Recent Workshops and Webinars:
Clinical Training in the Lidcombe Program (November 2021).
Stuttering is Verbal Diversity – Nina Reeves (2021 SLP Summit)
Augmentative and Alternative Communication Essentials for Speech Therapists –
Rachel Mandel (2021 SLP Summit)