Speech Therapy for Adults and Seniors
With Jessica Chan
About This Event
We are excited to announce we have invited Jessica Chan, a local Speech Language Pathologist, to our clinic to promote Speech and Hearing Awareness Month. Jessica will present a workshop on Speech Therapy for Adults and Seniors.
Jessica received her Master of Clinical Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western University in Ontario. She has years of practice in rehab and acute care hospitals. She specializes in working with adults who have had brain injuries resulting from, for example, strokes, car accidents, workplace injuries or brain tumours. In addition, she has a special interest in providing communication, executive functioning, and voice therapy to those looking to optimize their skills in these areas due to age or daily needs. She also has experience in voice therapy. Jessica provides a holistic approach to client care and takes importance in listening to and caring for the client’s needs and goals. She has experience working with family members by educating them on different diagnoses and how to use communication strategies effectively.
Jessica is a clinical educator for the UBC Speech-Language Pathology program and supports students in developing clinical skills and professional development.
If you want to learn more about Jessica, please visit her website
Date and Time
Thurs, May 25, 2023
Online (sign up below) and in our clinic at:
3721 Delbrook Avenue #112,
BC, V7N 3Z4
For those wishing to attend in our clinic please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your spot, or call us at 778-340-1101
For Those Wishing To Attend Virtually, Sign Up For Free on Eventbrite
Hi there – I just wanted to say that we (my sister Deb and I ) really enjoyed your and Karen’s presentation and the information was very helpful. We are trying to support our Dad, who is 90 and looking after our Mom, who is 89 and struggling with dementia. We will follow through with the suggestions and share them with our Dad. Was great to see you – was that Emma beside you in the beginning? Hopefully, we’ll see you both in person one day soon!
Hello Karen & Jennifer – short note to thank you both for that very valuable Dementia Tips session on Monday.
It’s only Tuesday and I have already implemented at least two of the tips to great success – such a help to have your insight and practical suggestions to work with our mom’s new reality……….thanks again!!
Thank you very much for yesterday’s presentation.Karen’s was exhaustive, clear, lively and very interesting.
She made me walk again through all the steps and stages of adaptation. I hope it will bear fruits and help others. Congratulations to you and to her. Please convey my sincere thanks to Emma’s for her help to log in.