Who We Are

Shira Meltzer
Shira
Shira has been a speech-language pathologist since 2000. She has worked with children of varying ages in preschool clinics, schools, and private practice settings. Shira speaks English as well as some Spanish. Her specialties include speech sound therapy, tongue/lip/jaw strengthening, and language therapy for preschool and school-aged children who have autism or other challenges.
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Jennifer Kroeker
Jennifer
Jennifer has been a speech-language pathologist since 1999. She has worked 
with children and adults in schools as well as hospitals. Jennifer’s specialties 
include speech sound therapy, tongue/lip/jaw strengthening, and language 
therapy for children or adults who have autism, brain injuries, or other 
challenges. She is also trained in myofunctional therapy.
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Karen Wruck
Karen
Karen has been a speech-language pathologist since 2004. She has worked with school-aged children and adults in clinics and hospitals. Karen’s specialties include language therapy, speech sound therapy, cognitive-communication therapy, and swallowing assessment and therapy for children or adults who have acquired brain injuries, developmental delays/disabilities, or other challenges.
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Heather Bishop

Heather has been a Speech Language Pathologist since 1999. She is also a Certified RDI (Relationship Development Intervention) Consultant. She has worked with children from preschool age through adolescence. Heather works primarily with children with autism and their families practicing both direct therapy and family coaching. She has worked in multiple settings including a private multi-disciplinary therapy centre, independent school and private practice.
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Grace Libardo

Grace has been a certified speech-language pathologist since 1999. Her area of specialization is working with children and adults from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Her practice reflects current research in multilingualism and cultural influences in English acquisition. She has worked in various settings, including schools and private clinics. She also provides parent/child workshops in areas of autism and early intervention, professional development in assessment and treatment of bilingual children, and fluency/stuttering assessments and treatment for all ages. Services for adults includes accent modification using research-based assessment and intervention.
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Marianne Bullied

Marianne has been a speech-language pathologist since 2012. She has worked with toddlers, preschoolers, and school-aged children in public health settings and private practice. She speaks English and French. Her experience includes assessment and therapy for receptive and expressive language delay, autism spectrum disorder, cleft lip and palate, stuttering, articulation and speech sound disorders, hearing loss, phonological awareness, and literacy development. Marianne has delivered many early language workshops that emphasize parents and caregivers as essential to the therapy process.
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