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What to do with your LING Degree

Date & Time:
October 18, 2018 | 5:00 pm
MSC 280
Jenny Pachet and Heather Tomlinson

Come out and listen to Jenny and Heather present on their experiences as speech language pathologists as part of this year's What to do with your LING Degree (organized by Verbatim)

Jenny Pachet

Jenny is a speech-language pathologist with 18 years of experience. Graduating with a Masters of Science degree in speech-language pathology & audiology from California State University, East Bay, she has now worked mostly with adults with
communication and swallowing issues caused by stroke, traumatic brain injury, or neurodegenerative diseases.


Heather Tomlinson

Heather is a speech-language pathologist with significant experience working with adult populations in a variety of settings  which have included acute hospital care, rehabilitation, and long-term care. She currently works part-time at the Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI), a non-profit, community-based out-patient neurorehabilitation program for stroke and brain injury survivors. Heather also has a part-time private practice where she sees adult stroke and brain injury survivors, as well as providing accent modification services to adults who speak English as an additional language. Heather is a co-founder of the Calgary Aphasia Centre (CAC), a non-profit which provides community based conversation groups for adults living with aphasia.