Lindsay began her journey in the speech and language world as a Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant. She graduated from MacEwan University in 2007 and worked primarily with adults with neurological conditions for several years. Lindsay then obtained her undergraduate degree in Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies from the University of Calgary in 2015. After working privately with a range of clients, she again returned to school and completed her Masters in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Alberta.
Lindsay has vast experience with a variety of diagnoses and age groups. She's worked in a variety of settings, including community health clinics, private practice, preschool programs, and schools.
Lindsay feels that a strong connection with clients is imperative to successful therapy and she has been repeatedly praised by supervisors and families for her ability to build strong therapeutic relationships. Lindsay was formally recognized for this skill when she was the recipient of the Alberta College for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA) Clinical Achievement Award for a student.
Lindsay moved to the East Kootenays in the summer of 2020. Having always been drawn to water and the mountains, it's her absolute dream come true live in the East Kootenay area.