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Speech-Language Volunteer

Edmonton, AB

My Story

Hello, everyone! I'm Faye, thrilled about the incredible opportunity to join the therapy team as a volunteer. Currently, I'm a student at the University of Alberta, majoring in psychology with a minor in linguistics. My focus lies on individuals who've experienced traumatic brain injuries. At a speech-language pathology event, I encountered a stroke survivor who highlighted the often-overlooked nature of communication disorders. If someone can move around but encounters difficulty expressing their thoughts and needs, then how will they be able to effectively communicate their basic necessities? This realization sparked my interest in acquired communication disorders, and I aim to apply to the speech-language pathology program next year.

Presently, I work with Alberta Health Services as a support worker in continuing-care homes. My experiences with elderly residents facing dementia have given me valuable insights into how this condition significantly impacts communication.

On a personal note, I am deeply passionate about self-improvement—be it physical, emotional, or spiritual. I am constantly exploring new avenues for growth and enhancement.

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