Communicative Disorders Assistant

Full-Time

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Communicative Disorders Assistant Faculty

  • CDAS Faculty Beth Foster

    Beth Foster, BA, CDA

    Beth has been a Communicative Disorder Assistant (CDA) for 21 years. She graduated from the CDA program in Orrilia, ON. She has worked in a variety of settings (Children's Treatment Centre, school boards and private practice) with a vareity of age groups (preschool, school age and adults). She is currently employed with the Lambton-Kent District School Board as a CDA. She is a married mother of three children.

  • CDAS Faculty Tanya Cole

    Tanya Coyle, M.Sc.

    Tanya Coyle is a school-based Speech-Language Pathologist (S-LP) with the Lambton-Kent District School Board and has been working in the paediatric field since 2004. She helped establish the speech-language community of #SLPeeps on Twitter in 2010. She proposed and curated the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Leader's Get Social series from August 2013 to November 2016 and has presented Nationally and Internationally on how to effectively use social media for professional use. She has also authored iPad apps for S-LPs such as the Profile of Phonological Awareness. She has been teaching in the CDA program since it began in 2009.

  • Doug Tomback, MCISc., Reg. CASLPO

    Dough Tomback is Speech-Language Pathologist (S-LP) who currently workes in the Communication Disorders Department at Bluewater Health. He is a graduate of Western University (2001) with a Master Degree in Clinical Science - Speech-Language Pathology and a graduate of the University of Windsor (1996) with a Bachelor (Honours) Degree in Criminology and Psychology.

  • CDAS Faculty Trista Callum

    Trista Callum, BHSc., CDA

    Trista is a registered Communicative Disorders Assistant (CDA) with the Communicative Disorders Assistant Association of Canada (CDAAC). She received her Bachelor of Health Sciences with a minor in Psychology from Western University and her CDA graduate certificate from Durham College. She has been employed at Lambton Audiology Associates for 10 years and been involved with Lambton College's CDA program since 2010.

  • CDAS Faculty Kim Eskritt

    Dr. Kimberly Eskritt, AuD

    Dr. Eskritt obtained her Master of Clinical Science degree in Audiology from Western University in 1995 and her clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Salus University n 2007. Kim has practiced audiology at Lambton Audiology Associates in Sarnia for 23 years. In addition to private practice, Kim is also an Associate Professor for the Communicative Disorders Assistant post-graduate certificate program at Lambton College, teaching the audiology curriculum since the program's inception.

    Over the years, Kim has been an active member of various professional organizations, serving as Board member of the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA), as well as serving on various CASLPO committees and CASLPO Council. Her clinical interests include Aural Rehabilitation, Tinnitus assessment and treatment, and Vestibular Disorders and Rehabilitation.

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The Communicative Disorders Assistant Association of Canada proudly supports the Communicative Disorders Assistant program at Lambton College.

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Jocelyn Boucher, Program Coordinator
jocelyn.boucher@lambtoncollege.ca
519-542-7751 ext 3268

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Laurie Grant, Field Placement Liaison
laurie.grant@lambtoncollege.ca
519-542-7751 ext 3505


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