About Our SLPs
Ania has completed her education at the University of Alberta, earning a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and genetics, and a master of science degree in speech-language pathology.
She holds a current registration with Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA), a regulatory body for the professions of speech-langauge pathology and audiology in Alberta, and a membership with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC), a national organization which supports and represents speech-language pathologists, audiologists and communication health assistants.
Ania's most recent experience with children includes work in the areas of speech sounds, literacy, oromyofunctional disorders and fluency (stuttering). With adults and older adults her work includes communication improvement after stroke, improvements of speech and voice for individuals with Parkinson's disease, assessment of feeding & swallowing disorders, as well as accent modification management.
In her life outside of speech-language therapy, she enjoys travel, books and crafts.