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Shay Chubb

Speech Language Pathologist

Shay Chubb is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist. Shay graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2013 after having completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Linguistics from the University of Regina in 2011. Shay has obtained experience working with preschool, kindergarten, and school aged children in a variety of settings. She has also obtained experience working with adults within the hospital setting as well as in their homes. She is a certified member of SASLPA (Saskatchewan Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists) and belongs to SAC (Speech-Language and Audiology Canada). Shay continually participates in professional development in order to continue learning and provide the most updated treatment. She is trained in Hanen: Learning Language and Loving it, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT), as well as PROMPT.

Megan Prefontaine

Speech Language Pathologist Assistant

Megan Prefontaine is a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant. Megan graduated from Medicine Hat College in 2009 with a diploma as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant. She has experience working with pre school, kindergarten, and school aged children in a variety of setting. She has experience providing treatment in an individual or group settings with her main area of focus being articulation and phonological speech delays and disorders as well as receptive and expressive language delays. Megan is committed to continuous learning and has participated in numerous seminars and workshops to increase her knowledge base and provide the most up to date treatment.

Why Private Services?

  • Avoid wait lists.
  • More immediate, regular, and intensive therapy than you're able to obtain in the public systems.
  • Receive continued therapy once public services have ended.
  • Direct services rather than consultative services.
  • Flexible hours. The SLP comes to you!