Nous sommes des cliniciennes ayant un intéret particulier en pédiatrie avec une approche axée sur la famille. Nous croyons que l’implication des parents ou tuteurs est essentielle pour maximiser le potentiel de l’enfant.
Nos cliniciennes offrent un service individualisée selon les besoins et les intérets de l’enfant. Plusieurs enfant s’améliorent avec l’intervention d’une seule discipline alors que d’autres bénéficient de séances conjointes ergo/orthophonie. SVP communiquez avec nos pour plus d’information sur nos séances conjointes.
Krista received a Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from SUNY in Buffalo in 2005. She has had the opportunity to work with many different populations from infants to the elderly. Krista embraces a team approach to therapy in which the parents play an integral role in the therapy sessions. Krista provides assessment and intervention in the following areas:
Speech and language disorders
Reading and Writing
Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
Feeding and Swallowing
Nathalie Mabon O.T. Reg. (Ont.)
Nathalie received a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2002 from the University of Ottawa. Nathalie has developed a special interest for Sensory Processing and Sensory Integration principles and has sought out cutting edge research and treatment techniques through networking in the US. She is one of few Interactive Metronome certified therapists in the Ottawa, and one of a handful to offer the Therapeutic Listening program, including advanced Therapeutic Listening. Nathalie starting working with children at an early age. As a teenager, she taught gymnastics to children, ran summer camps, and provided swimming lessons to all ages in her lifeguarding days. As a university student, she worked with children with special needs in their homes through special services at home funding, as well as with children with autism and physical disabilities in foster care. As a new graduate, she continued to work extensively with children on the autism spectrum, as well as children with learning disabilities, Down’s syndrome, cerebral palsy, ADHD, Developmental Coordination Disorder, and developmental delays. Though currently in private practice, past experiences include working in the publicly funded CCAC School Health Support Services program in Ottawa, Renfrew County and the Eastern Townships schools. She has presented to numerous groups and schools, and continues to do so. Nathalie has three daughters of her own and actively participates in projects to increase physical activity and development in the area.