Tina Gasee is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist with a Master’s of Health Science degree from the University of Toronto, and has been in practice for over 20 years. Tina’s passion includes working with children & teens with various syndromes as well as with children with CP, DD, ASD, LD, hearing loss & apraxia. Tina offers individual therapy sessions and also group social communication skills programs. She is the Founder & Director of the Saturday Speech Club & Kitchen Talk programs.
Tina’s professional training & practice approaches include:
Throughout her career Tina has primarily worked in the private sector. Other experience includes working for the Speech Foundation of Ontario Stuttering Centre, the York Region Preschool Speech & Language Program, the Down Syndrome Association of Toronto, & the York Region District School Board. Tina has also held a teaching appointment at the University of Toronto and at Georgian College, providing clinical training to students studying to become Speech-Language Pathologists & Communicative Disorders Assistants. She has also been involved in student training for the Early Childhood Studies Program at the University of Guelph-Humber. Tina has given lectures at professional conferences as well as to public organizations on a variety of topics related to communication.
Tina’s message to families: Whether your child is currently nonverbal, is ready to start speaking or is already speaking, I strive to ensure that their treatment goals are practical & achievable. Therapy should make sense–therapy should lead to a significant difference in your child’s daily interactions. I look forward to working together with you, your child & members of their educational and health care team.