Denitsa is a seasoned speech-language pathologist with years of experience helping children thrive. She has a Masters of Speech-Language Pathology with special emphasis on childhood language disorders, and has since gone on to complete dozens of courses and workshops to sharpen her practice. Her clinical practice is inspired by the Greenspan Floortime Approach and Social Thinking.
In her practice, she has worked with preschool and school-aged children with a wide range of communication difficulties: speech (articulation, phonology, motor speech/childhood apraxia), language learning, social communication, and fluency (stuttering). She also has extensive experience with children and young adults with ASD (autism spectrum disorders), and strives to create a stimulating atmosphere that is conducive to learning in her therapy sessions. Additionally, she is interested in AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) for nonverbal or minimally verbal children, using technology in her sessions. Denitsa is bilingual and provides services in English and Bulgarian. She is a registered member of the CASLPO (College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario), SAC (Speech-Language and Audiology Canada), and the OSLA (Ontario Speech and Language Association).
Madeleine is a Speech-Language Pathologist with a passion for working with preschool and school age children with communication difficulties. She provides services in the areas of speech production, stuttering, receptive and expressive language and social communication difficulties (including autism spectrum disorder).
Madeleine is a member in good standing with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) and the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). She holds a Bachelor degree from McGill University in Music Performance and Psychology and a Master of Health Science from the University of Ottawa. Madeleine’s additional training includes Hanen programs (It Takes Two to Talk and More than Words), PROMPT and Lidcombe Stuttering Program.