BLOG: Speaking of WhichSpeech-language pathologists provide their perspective on the challenges and joys of helping children and adults with communication challenges, and raising the bar for professional practice.
GLYNNIS DUBOIS is a Registered Nurse and a Speech-Language Pathologist who has had the privilege to work with children with hearing loss and their families as an Auditory Verbal therapist. She is also a feeding therapist, focusing mainly on infants and toddlers who have challenges around feeding and swallowing. As a Kinderdance instructor she has developed some insight into the importance of music and movement in the support of language, literacy, memory and social skills in preschool children. Having worked with families for over thirty years, Glynnis is able to truly appreciate the importance of a well-rounded view of the growth and development of children and has learned many lessons regarding the journey to becoming a confident, supportive family.