Mindy graduated from the University of Western Washington in Bellingham, WA in 2013 with her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Since then she has been working in the public healthcare system within the Fraser Valley. Mindy has a passion for working with the adult population, specializing in acquired communication deficits, neurological dysphagia, voice therapy, and transgender/non-binary vocal transformation. Mindy holds various dysphagia-related advanced competencies. Mindy is committed to extending her practice into the private sector with the intention of providing services not accessible within the public health system. Mindy is a trans ally and fosters a practice that is inclusive of all gender and cultural presentations.
When not pursuing her career, you can find Mindy enjoying her friends and family. She enjoys being surrounded by nature, practicing yoga and meditation, paddling on local lakes and spending time with animals.
Jacqueline graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, AB in 2015 with a Master's of Rehabilitation Science in Speech-Language Pathology.
Jacqueline works in the public healthcare system, assessing and treating adults with acquired communication deficits (aphasia, apraxia of speech, dysarthria, and cognitive-communication challenges) and neurological dysphagia; and with school-aged children, assessing and treating delays and disorders in speech production (articulation, phonology, motor planning, and fluency), language (receptive, expressive, and processing), and social communication.
Within private practice, Jacqueline is proud to provide therapy to clients who are unable to access desired services within public health. Jacqueline is a trans ally and is passionate about helping her clients adapt their speech and voice to represent their identity.
Jacqueline enjoys travelling, trying and cooking new food, being active, and going to concerts.