MSc-SLP (C), Reg. SK
Shelby completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Linguistics at the University of Regina before completing her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of British Columbia (UBC). While at UBC, she completed a thesis investigating factors that affect executive functioning in school-age children with Autism spectrum disorder.
Shelby has experience working with clients from various age groups and backgrounds. She has worked with adults in both the acute care and rehabilitation settings. These clients have included adults with swallowing and/or communication disorders secondary to stroke, brain injury, or progressive illness. Additionally, Shelby has worked with children with a variety of needs. She has a range of experience, from early language intervention, to articulation therapy, to complex communication needs requiring Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) support. From her early days as an Autism interventionist, Shelby also has a keen interest in working with children with Autism spectrum disorders and their families.