MSc-SLP (C), Reg. SK
Maegan completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Regina and her Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Minot State University. Maegan has developed her career though various opportunities in both the Health and Education sectors. As a result, Maegan possesses a diverse clinical background and enjoys working with individuals of all ages. Maegan lives in Regina with her husband and three children.
Maegan has experience working with adults in the areas of swallowing disorders (i.e., “dysphagia”), communication rehabilitation, tracheostomy/ventilator needs, and accent modification. Maegan also has experience working with children and adolescents in the areas of speech sound production, language, and cognitive impairment. Additionally, Maegan has proficiency in many Assistive and Augmentative Communication (AAC) systems from working with clients of different ages and AAC needs. Lastly, from her time spent as an Autism Consultant, Maegan has an extensive training history and personal interest in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders and behavioural consultation.
Maegan is a certified group facilitator for Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk and Hanen: Learning Language and Loving It programs. Maegan is also a certified provider of the Compton Pronouncing English as a Subsequent Language accent modification program.