Fright recently completed their Masters of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Alberta and they are passionate about communication, accessibility, and inclusivity. Fright enjoys working collaboratively with clients and their families to create functional goals and to help them connect with others in meaningful ways. They particularly enjoy working in the areas of social communication, executive functioning skills, fluency, language development, and the use of Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC). Fright has experience implementing both low- and high-tech AAC systems, including TouchChat, LAMP Words For Life, and Proloquo2Go.
Fright holds R.SLP certifications with the the College of Speech & Hearing BC (CSHBC) and the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists (ACSLPA). They are also provisionally certified with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC).
When Fright is not working, they enjoy creating art, gardening, cooking, and participating in local 2SLGBTQIA+ events. Fright uses they/them pronouns.