Speech Language Pathologists and Social Skills
Jenny Sojat, MA, S-LP (C)
Nicole Davies, M.Sc, R.SLP (C)
Nicole is a speech language pathologist that specializes in working with children from the toddler years though to school age. She has experience working with a variety of children, including those with ASD, language delays, speech sound disorders, and social communication deficits. Nicole has spent time working in schools, private clinics and child development centres. She is able to complete assessments, including those for ASD and other communication concerns. Nicole also delivers treatment through one on one therapy, consultation, parent training or a combination of these approaches. Her particular area of interest is intervention with very young children and their families within a multi-disciplinary team.
Haley Adair, MA, S-LP
Haley is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist who received her Master’s degree in Speech Sciences from UBC in 2006. After graduation, she worked in a variety of school settings and as a private practitioner. Haley has experience working with the preschool, school-aged, as well as young adult populations. She enjoys both the assessment and treatment processes in the areas of articulation, language development, literacy, and social communication.
Brianna Rosenberg, MA, S-LP (C)
Brianna Rosenberg is a Registered Speech Language Pathologist. She received her Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. Brianna completed her internship under the supervision of Jenny Sojat at the ABLE developmental clinic. She has experience working with preschool, school-aged, as well as adult populations. Her area of interests includes social communication, phonological development, articulation, and language development in children of all ages.
Emily Jurgens, M.Sc, S-LP (C)
Emily is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist, receiving her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Pacific University in Oregon. She has experience in both the educational and medical settings, working with preschool, school-aged, and adult populations. She enjoys both the assessment and treatment processes in the areas of articulation, language, literacy, fluency, and social communication.