Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant
Hannah is a Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Sciences and is currently working to obtain her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology.
Hannah continues to work with children with Autism and children with language delays at SSS. Her main clinical interests are in the areas of early language acquisition, AAC, fluency, phonological awareness development and social-pragmatic communication development. Besides primarily working with children, Hannah also has experience working with stroke survivors.
Hannah works with families to build functional communication skills through play in an interactive and fun environment.
She is also a behaviour interventionist and a learn-to-skate program instructor.
In her spare time, Hannah plays hockey and soccer. She also enjoys camping in BC provincial parks.