- Communication and Social Skills with Speech Language Pathologists
Cognitive, Academic and Learning with a Psychologist
Emotional Behavioural and Attention with a Psychologist
Sensory and Adaptive with an Occupational Therapist
Fine Motor Skills with an Occupational Therapist
Physical and Gross Motor with a Physical Therapist
A play-based environment where children have the opportunity to engage in motivating and rewarding treatment sessions is the best way to learn a variety of skills.Chelsea InabaSpeech-Language Pathologist
Chelsea is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist who grew up in Southern Alberta. Chelsea works and has experience in several areas within Khan including school-based services, clinic services, and group programming for social communication skills.
Chelsea provides in-depth assessments and treatment for speech, language, and social development for children ages 1 through 18. Family involvement plays a large role in children's progress, so Chelsea involves families by incorporating parent coaching and strategies into her sessions. She is available for in-person sessions or online sessions via telepractice (Zoom).
Chelsea also leads several social communication groups with the Chatter Program™, where she helps children and teens further develop their communication, social, and self-advocacy skills. Within the Chatter Program™, Chelsea also leads parent coaching sessions where parents have the ability to learn more about ways to support their children at home.
Trained in administering the ADOS-2, which is considered the gold standard in assessment for autism diagnosis, Chelsea works together with a registered psychologist to thoroughly identify clients' strengths and challenges when making an autism diagnosis.