Communicative Disorders Assistant
Mary has a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Studies from Ryerson University. After completing her undergraduate degree, she attended Durham College and obtained a post-graduate certificate in the Communicative Disorders Assistant program.
Mary is a compassionate and dedicated CDA, who is passionate in helping children meet their communication needs. She has gained clinical experience as a CDA, providing speech and language services to children at LRTS in collaborations with SLPs and OTs. Mary has worked previously with infants to school age children in the areas of Infant Feeding, Myofunctional Therapy, Tongue Ties, Motor Speech, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Articulation, Phonological Awareness, and Language Delay.
Mary focuses on building strong meaningful relationships with clients and their families. Mary creates individualized play-based therapy plans that are tailored to the client’s interests and motives!