Nancy is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist working within healthcare and private practice. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Memorial University in St. John’s. Nancy then headed out west where she graduated with her Master of Science – Speech-Language Pathology (thesis) degree at the University of Alberta, and later returned to complete her post-baccalaureate certificate in Stroke Rehabilitation. Nancy always knew she wanted a career that involves helping people – making the field of speech-language pathology a perfect fit. She is devoted to providing professional and caring services based on current research standards for best practice. Nancy works with individuals across the lifespan, including: pediatric, school-age, adult, and geriatric clients. She has clinical experience in assessment, treatment, and education services related to communication and swallowing impairments.
Nancy is honored to join the NLASLPA executive as President Elect and is excited to connect with the membership and help promote Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology services across the province. She also volunteers on the Long-Term Care Working Group with the national advocacy organization – Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) – where she further plays a role in promoting these professions.