2018-2019

Amélie Charlebois, MHSc

Amélie completed her Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2019. Her research project involved identifying the feasibility of conducting a scoping review in the area of infant feeding and swallowing behaviours in relation to their future communication development. She began her career as a speech-language pathologist with Orthophonie Réadaptation Outaouais.

Stéphanie Chicoine, MHSc

Stéphanie completed her Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2019. Her research project focused on the development of a physiological testing protocol for voice and speech production in relation to respiratory functions. Upon her graduation, she began working as a speech-language pathologist with the Cabinet d’orthophonie Vicki Laframboise in Gatineau.

Audréanne Garand, MHSc

Audréanne completed her Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2019. Her research project involved identifying the feasibility of conducting a scoping review in the area of infant feeding and swallowing behaviours in relation to their future communication development. Since her graduation, she has worked at the Commission scolaire de Montréal.

Ariane Larivière-Ponton, MHSc

Arianne completed her Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2019. Her research project focused on the development of a physiological testing protocol for voice and speech production in relation to respiratory functions. Upon her graduation, she began working as a speech-language pathologist with the Cabinet d’orthophonie Vicki Laframboise in Gatineau, Quebec.

2017-2018

Renée Desrochers, MHSc

Renée graduated from the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2018 with a Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology. Renée’s research project focused on diet modifications in stroke patients with dysphagia. Upon completion of her degree, she became a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario and began her career with the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir.

Erica Graveline, MHSc

Erica obtained her Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology from the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2018. Her research project focused on the feasibility of using a new language screening tool in acute stroke patients. She began her career as a speech-language pathologist at Active Communication Therapy (a private clinic that provides health services to persons in the Ottawa region).

Laurie Jalbert, MHSc

Laurie graduated with a Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology from the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2018. Her research project focused on diet modifications recommended by speech pathologists for acute stroke patients. After graduating, Laurie began her career with Centre intégré de santé et des services sociaux de l’Outaouais (CISSO) and with Envol, a private rehabilitation clinic in Gatineau, Quebec. She is particularly interested in providing therapy to children with delayed speech and writing development.

Cloé Lévesque, MHSc

Cloé completed her Master of Health Sciences in Speech-Language Pathology at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa in 2018. Her research project focused on the feasibility of detecting aphasia in acute stroke patients using a new language screening tool. Cloé began her career working as a speech-language pathologist for the Commission scolaire du Fer in Sept-Îles, Quebec.