Dina Kogan is a member of SpeechLink Team of speech-language therapists. She is a dedicated and innovative Speech-Language Pathologist who has experience with both paediatric and adult populations in a variety of clinical settings in the US, Toronto, and Israel.
She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at York University. She then received her Communicative Disorder Assistant post graduate certification from Durham College. After working for several years as a Communicative Disorders Assistant and feeling passionate about the field, Dina decided to continue her education. She completed her Masters of Science program in Speech-Language Pathology at the State University of New York at Fredonia.
Dina has clinical experience assessing and treating preschoolers, school-aged children, and adolescents with language, articulation, motor speech, and fluency disorders. Dina has also worked with a diverse range of children with developmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Brain Injury and other serious conditions.
Dina strives to make the therapy process as effective and enjoyable as possible for the client, while providing support and guidance for family members.
Angelina is also a member of SpeechLink Team of speech therapists. She received her Master of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toronto.
She also holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree with the highest distinction from York University, specializing in Psychology.
Angelina is an enthusiastic and dedicated clinician with experience assessing and treating clients of all ages with a diverse range of communicative goals.
She uses a personalized evidence-based approach and works closely with families to help clients achieve their highest level of success.
Angelina is multi-lingual, and can provide speech and language services in English, Hebrew, and Russian.
She graduated Summa Cum Laude with Bachelor of Arts and Honours in Psychology from York University. She later completed a Master’s of Science in Education in Speech-Language Pathology at State University of New York College in Buffalo.
She is trained in Hanen’s “It Take Two to Talk” and “Toddle Talk” programs. Her clinical experience include accent modification, working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, children with developmental delays affecting speech and language, language-literacy, and adults living with Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and stroke. Annalisa continues to build practical skills in stuttering, cluttering, and dysphagia.
She employs an evidence-based eclectic approach in implementing well-suited person- and family-centered care in the promotion of speech, language, and overall social communication development.
Chloe is a professional and enthusiastic Speech-Language Pathologist who provides speech and language services in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
She completed her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with Honours. Her Minor is in Psychology and Neuroscience at McMaster University. Then, she received her Master of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto.
Chloe is a PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) trained clinician who has completed the “Introduction to PROMPT” and “Bridging PROMPT Technique to Intervention” workshops.
She has experience assessing and providing articulation, motor speech, fluency, voice/resonance, language, and social communication intervention for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adults. Her clinical experience also includes accent modification.
Chloe continues to build on her clinical skills, and strives to provide personalized, evidence-based, and family-centered care.
Liora Gofman is a bilingual Russian and English certified Speech-Language Pathologist who has experience working with children with speech and language delays and disorders, including
children with autism, literacy and articulation disorders. She is highly passionate about her field and adores working with children of all ages.
She utilizes an evidence-based practice and an interdisciplinary approach to treatment and tailors therapy to meet each child’s and their family’s needs. She has ample experience working on increasing vocabulary, combining words to produce phrases, responding to questions and using language to communicate across various settings. She provides education to parents on how to carryover techniques worked on during sessions.
She received her Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology from Long Island University in New York and received her Bachelor of Arts from Hunter College in New York. She is registered with the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologist of Ontario (CASLPO) and have a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA).
Faria completed a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Waterloo in Health Studies. She then went on to complete her Master’s of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto. She is fluent in English, Urdu and Hindi.
Her clinical experiences include assessment and treatment of children and adults in various settings including schools, hospitals and clinics. She has completed workshops in Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia and safeTALK. She continues to develop her clinical skills with further education/workshops.
Faria provides holistic and family centred care to help her clients and their families feel supported and motivated to work towards their language, literacy, communication, swallowing and speech goals.
Naomi is a dedicated and accomplished Speech-Language Pathologist on the SpeechLink team.
After graduating York University summa cum laude with an Honours degree in Psychology, she received her Master of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toronto.
Naomi has extensive clinical experience in assessing and treating clients of all ages with a wide range of communication goals. She is skilled in delivering engaging and effective evidence-based therapy in the areas of language, articulation, literacy, acquired brain injury, fluency, motor speech, and voice, among others. She is also trained in Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA™), and is a strong advocate for caregiver education.
Operating with a client-centered frame of mind, Naomi strives to empower her clients by building, enhancing, and re-establishing their communication skills with enthusiasm, compassion, and success.
Abi is a professional, dedicated, and vibrant member of SpeechLink’s team of speech-language pathologists. She is a creative mind who values communication and connectedness among people and has a deep love for language and helping others.
She completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree with distinction at the University of Toronto, double majoring in Health & Disease and Cell & Systems Biology. She was later conferred a Master of Health Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toronto.
Abi enjoys opportunities for continuing education to develop her skills and discover evidence-based tools for clients. She is Hanen-certified to deliver and use the content of the Hanen Centre’s It Takes Two to Talk -- The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delays. She has also completed workshops in Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia™ and safeTalk suicide alertness.
This team member has experience providing assessment and intervention in the disorder areas of fluency, language (including literacy), speech sound, voice, cognitive communication, swallowing, and motor speech for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adults. She is quite comfortable working with children: in addition to her clinical experience, Abi has a long history of employment and volunteering with children/youth, with and without disabilities, in physical activity programs.
Talar received her Master of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toronto. She also holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto Scarborough, where she completed a double major in Neuroscience and French and a minor in Psychology.
She has gained clinical experience providing assessment, consultation, and treatment services to both children and adults in a variety of settings including clinics, hospitals, and the community. Talar has worked with clients with disorders in developmental language, articulation and phonology, motor speech, social communication, acquired language, and cognitive communication, among others.
This dedicated team member values using an individualized, functional, and client-centred approach to therapy in collaboration with families in order to achieve optimal outcomes.
Talar is trained in Hanen’s ‘It Takes Two to Talk’® program for early language development. She has also participated in the Ontario Aphasia Centre’s Interest Group Knowledge Exchange Day and has completed the safeTALK workshop for suicide alertness. She continues to expand her knowledge base and hone her professional skills by participating in various continuing education activities.
Talar is fluent in English, French, Arabic, and Armenian.