Colleen has completed a Doctor of Audiology degree from AT Still University, Arizona Health Sciences, a Master's degree in Audiology from the University of Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology from Concordia University. Colleen is a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). She is a provider for the Ministry of Health's Assistive Device Program (ADP), the Workman's Safety Insurance Board (WSIB), Veteran's Affairs Canada (DVA), Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) and Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP).
Colleen is an experienced private practice Audiologist and has worked in hospitals and hearing aid dispensing offices with both adult and pediatric populations. She is a clinical educator and an adjunct lecturer at the University of Toronto and a clinical educator at Georgian and Durham Colleges.
Sadie has completed an undergraduate degree in Speech and Language Sciences from Brock University and a graduate certificate as a Communicative Disorders Assistant from Lambton College, Sadie is passionate about her chosen field. Sadie completed her first clinical placement at a private audiology clinic within the Durham Region.
Shortly after graduating she started working with school-aged children in a consultative role within the York Region District School Board as well as a private speech therapy clinic in York Region. Sadie joined the Communicative Disorders Assistant Association of Canada’s (CDAAC) executive committee as an appointed member within her first few months of working in the field, and then took on the role of Regional Liaison. In January 2014 she was nominated to finish a vacant Director’s role and since then has been an active Director who has worked on many projects within the association.
Alsa has completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of Toronto, specializing in Psycholinguistics. She has graduated from the Communicative Disorders Assistant graduate program at Durham College.
Alsa gained experience with the adult population as a volunteer at West Park Healthcare Centre during her undergraduate years. During her clinical placement she gained experience working in the Aphasia Communicative Disability Program at the March of Dimes. In addition, she gained speech therapy experience with pediatric and adult populations while completing her placement at Hearsay Speech and Hearing Centre. Alsa worked at a hearing clinic as a client care coordinator before starting her job at Toronto