Kim Bennett, M.Cl.Sc., Reg. CASLPO
Owner & Speech-Language Pathologist
Kim became a Speech-Language Pathologist in 2012 and has worked in a variety of settings with children with a variety of needs. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Waterloo, and a Masters in Clinical Science from Western University.
She has since received additional training in the following areas:
Introduction to PROMPT
Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol
Hanen parent training programs (It Takes Two to Talk, Target Word, More Than Words, TalkAbility)
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
Lidcombe Program (for young children who stutter)
Individual Authorizer through the Assistive Devices Program (ADP)
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) such as Proloquo2Go
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
Gestalt Language Processing
Speech Language Assistant
Michelle has been working with children with a variety of needs in a variety of settings since 1998. She discovered her passion helping children with speech and language difficulties when she started working as a Speech and Language Assistant in 2005. She has worked with both preschool and school-aged children. She graduated from St. Lawrence College in Kingston with Social Science as the major area of study.
She also has also received training in the following areas:
-Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
-Hanen It Takes Two To Talk
-Behaviour Management System (BMS)
-Apraxia of Speech
-Contextual Language Intervention (CLI)
-Heggerty Phonemic Awareness Program
Communicative Disorders Assistant
Emma has been working as a Speech Language Assistant with the public school board since 2017. She discovered her passion for speech and language when she began working as a Developmental Services Worker. She graduated in 2017 from St. Lawrence College in Kingston with a certificate in Communicative Disorders Assistant.
She has also received training in the following areas:
- Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
- Behaviour Management System (BMS)
- Contextualized Language Intervention (CLI)
- American Sign Language (ASL)
- Heggerty Phonemic Awareness Program
- Play Based Speech Therapy
- Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Kyla Latreille, M.Sc.S., reg CASLPO
Kyla has worked with children since 2002. She graduated from the University of Ottawa speech-language pathology program and has worked primarily in the public education system. She is able to offer services in both French and English. Some of the areas where she has extensive training include contextualized language intervention, picture exchange communication program, literacy development, oral narrative intervention and augmentative and alternative communication.
Courtney Barton, OT Reg. (Ont.)
Occupational Therapist Lead
Courtney completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Queen’s University. Prior to achieving her master’s degree, she graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics. Courtney is licensed by the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario.
Courtney’s career experiences include school-based and private OT services for children and youth. She is a motivated and passionate OT who strives to enable people of all ages to live to their full potential. Courtney has a high degree of concentration for the development of fine and gross motor skills, self-regulation and sensory processing. It is her belief that each person is unique and their core values and motivation differ from others. Courtney strives to capitalize on an individual’s strengths and empower children to build on their weaknesses.
Kaitlyn, OT Reg. (Ont.)
Kaitlyn received an Honours Baccalaureate of Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa in 2009 before completing her Masters in Occupational Therapy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2013. Kaitlyn has developed a passion for Sensory Processing, Self-Regulation, Anxiety behaviours and ADD/ ADHD. Kaitlyn has continued to seek out emerging approaches to treatment in her field.
Kaitlyn has 10 years experience working with individuals and children in the community setting and has worked with children on the autism spectrum and well as with children with mental health challenges, learning disabilities, ADHD, DCD and developmental delays.
Kaitlyn has a passion for working within the creative arts and is a certified pediatric yoga instructor. She has acquired numerous certification in anxiety management, ABI and neuro rehabilitation.
Sarah Fabbro, OT Reg. (Ont.)
After earning her Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from Wilfrid Laurier University, Sarah pursued her passion by completing her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Queen’s University. She is licensed by the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario.
With a diverse background, Sarah has actively engaged with children in various settings, including after-school programs, day camps, and pediatric private services. Her approach involves understanding each child’s unique strengths and interests and integrating them into therapy sessions to create a fun and engaging journey toward achieving their goals.
Sarah’s practices of interest include fostering the development of fine and gross motor skills, self-regulation, and sensory processing in children and teens. Eager to deepen her knowledge, she aspires to continue her education in these areas, driven by a commitment to making a positive impact on young lives.
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Samantha is a passionate and caring individual that has looked forward to helping children since she was young. She has experience working with children since she was 16 years old. Samantha graduated from the Occupational and Physiotherapist assistant program at Algonquin College in 2022. Samantha continues to strive to help children feel comfortable and supported in an environment that will encourage them to meet their goals. Samantha recognizes each child as their own person who has an individualized personality, their own ways of learning as well as their unique traits.
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Tristan has a passion and determination to assist and motivate persons of all ages to reach their fullest potential. Tristan has been working with children since 2014 in different areas that has led to her current career. Tristan graduated from Algonquin College in 2022 from the Occupational therapy/Physiotherapy Assistant program. Tristan is currently completing her Bachelor of Arts Honours Major in Psychology Concentration in Cognitive Psychology at Carleton University. Tristan’s goal for her future is to become an Occupational therapist and to continue to build her career with the pediatric population.