To help you get to know our team we asked everyone two simple questions:
- Why do you do the job you do?
- What is you favourite part of your job?
"I do this job because I think it's important for everyone to have a way to communicate. I love meeting new kids and families and seeing how kids grow and change." Arianna Bailey, Speech Language Pathologist.
"It's so much fun to get to work out in the community with families. I love being a part of helping people communicate in lots of different environments." Caroline Jamison, Speech Language Pathologist.
"I love my job. I love the kids and their families and enjoy teaching them that make life a little easier. I also love being a part of the kids "first's". Carrie Yeske, Family Coach Coordinator.
"I love my job because it's so great to be apart of someones growth in communication. It's wonderful to help empower families to improve their Child's communication and help give everyone a "voice"." Sandia Abraham, Speech Language Pathologist.
"My favourite part of this job is getting to have fun and play every day. I love supporting parents to promote their child's participation and independence in meaningful daily routines." Tiffany Sutton, Occupational Therapist.
"I love working with children. I think I can help families in supporting their children achieve their fullest potential." Ann Lerit, Occupational Therapist.
"I absolutely love working with children! The fact that I can connect with them, through play is extremely rewarding. There is something so humbling about being there when they achieve the milestones that they have been working towards. I can be myself and continue to be a child at heart." Ngele Ekwalanga, Family Coach Coordinator.
"There are so many reasons why, I love my job.. The first time a child says "mom", tries a new food, successfully puts a puzzle together or smiles in response to a new friend. The "thank you's" from parents when each milestone is met, makes it all worthwhile." Shelly Wiebe, Behaviour Consultant.
"I love working with children and their families and helping to make a difference in their lives. The greatest reward is seeing and hearing from families that the strategies they have learned are working and that their day to day functioning as a family has improved!" Kerry Campbell, Clinical Director.