Having graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2008 with a BSc (hons) in Speech Pathology and Therapy, Sarah spent three years working in the National Health Service in England before moving to Canada in 2011. Since her arrival in Canada Sarah has worked in both public health and private settings, with both adult and paediatric clients. Sarah considers this variation excellent experience and it has provided her with invaluable insights into the workings of the healthcare and school systems.

Sarah has a passion for learning and has completed the following post graduate training courses;

  • Introduction to PROMPT
  • Talk Tools
  • NDTA Certificate Course – Management of adults with aquired brain injury
  • Cervical Auscultation
  • Assessment and management of psychogenic voice disorders
  • Introduction to VoiceCraft

Not to mention, ongoing study through webinars and short courses focusing on a variety of topics in Speech Therapy.Sarah has maintained passion for both adult and paediatric caseloads with particular interest in voice disorders and adult neurological disorders.  Sarah looks forward to working with her clients to provide assessment and therapy; also, to help them set meaningful goals which will have a positive impact on daily living.