Ina obtained her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of British Columbia. There she gained experience supporting communication and swallowing of children and adults in early development centers, schools, hospitals, and community rehabilitation clinics. Ina’s clinical areas of interest include early language development, articulation, fluency, and alternative and augmentative communication (AAC). She also enjoys working with adults with dysphagia, acquired communication, motor speech, and voice disorders.
Ina believes that everyone has the right to communicate, and she is dedicated to providing client-centered services by collaboratively creating functional and personal goals that support and enhance clients’ current abilities. She is an advocate for evidence-based practices and continues to engage in continuing education courses to better support her clients in achieving their goals of better health, communication, and quality of life.