Speech-Language Pathologists at the West Island Speech Clinic

All of our Speech-Language Pathologists have graduated from the McGill University School of Communication Sciences and Disorders with an M.Sc.(A) in Speech-Language Pathology and are members of the Ordre des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes du Québec. All of our therapists have also completed their certification in the Lidcombe Program for stuttering.

Lindsay Lapaquette, Director / Speech-Language Pathologist

Lindsay has extensive experience working with children with a variety of different communication difficulties, including primary language impairment, phonological disorders, articulation delays, verbal apraxia of speech, stuttering, dyslexia/dysgraphia. In addition, she evaluates and treats children presenting with feeding challenges. Lindsay also has experience working with children with various special needs, including autism and AD(H)D. She has a particular interest in the impact of self-regulation on language development. Lindsay offers services in both English and French. She regularly participtes in continuing education on a wide variety of topics.

Lindsay previously worked at the McGill University School of Communication Sciences and Disorders as Associate Coordinator of Clinical Education. She continues to be invited to speak to students in this department each year regarding private practice in Speech-Language Pathology. Lindsay is also currently a member of the Fetal Alcohol Diagnostic team in James Bay with the Cree Board of Health.

Lindsay is a mother to two young children who both have developmental delays. As such, she has a particular understanding of the challenges faced by families of children with special needs.

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West Island Speech Clinic
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