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To understand and be understood is essential for living a full and meaningful life. People with a communication challenge may experience isolation from friends, family or colleagues. Communication challenges also present as barriers to achieving success in educational and employment settings and can affect all age groups, from infants to the elderly.

S.L. Hunter SpeechWorks is a private Speech-Language Pathology practice that is dedicated to helping you achieve your full communication potential and to overcome challenges with swallowing and/or feeding. Our Speech-Language Pathologists and Communicative Disorders Assistants are committed to offering innovative programs that are tailored to meet your individual needs by working closely with you, your family and other professionals. Our innovative programming can be delivered within our clinic, at your home, school, workplace or other community location.

We’re proud to serve clients living in Burlington, Oakville, Grimsby, Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Ancaster, Mississauga, Milton, the GTA, Kitchener-Waterloo, Niagara and surrounding areas.

Shanda L. Hunter Trottier

Shanda Hunter-Trottier, the director and founder of S.L. Hunter SpeechWorks, has many years of clinical experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist. Her private clinic has been in full operation since 1995.

Shanda received the provincial association’s (OSLA’s) “Honours of the Association” award after nomination by a colleague in the community. Her staff describe her as a warm, caring and compassionate woman who always puts the needs of her clients, her employees, and the practice before that of her own. She is a true mentor and leader whose inspiration and skill-set goes beyond that of an SLP, to educator, advocate, collaborator and innovator. She has created and nurtured a superior, full service clinic with a broad scope of services.

Shanda continues to contribute greatly to the overall profession of Speech-Language Pathology as demonstrated by her active involvement in advocating for our clients and the profession. She participated on the Board of Directors with the provincial association for Speech-Language Pathology (OSLA) for 7 years including 3 years as President.