About Us

Kerry King, Speech-Language Pathologist

Kerry King, Speech-Language Pathologist, Owner

Kerry is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist in Ontario with nearly a decade in the field. She completed her training in 2010 at Western University in London, Ontario and earned her Master in Clinical Sciences in Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology) degree. Upon graduation, she earned her Clinical Certification with SAC (Speech-Language & Audiology Canada), the highest national professional standard. She is an Independent Authorizer with Ontario's Assistive Devices Program to help client's access funding to purchase communication aids. 


Kerry values continuing education and has participated in a number of advanced training courses, certifications and learning conferences over the years, such as Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia, Compton P-ESL Accent Modification Method, and the Clinical Short Course in Cognitive-Communication Disorders (Level 1 and Level 2). 

Her expansive skill set enables her to help individuals across the lifespan. She applies an evidence-based, functional, client-centered, compassionate approach in her work. Her clinical practice areas include: stroke, traumatic brain injury/concussion, and other acquired brain injuries; neurological (brain) conditions resulting from disease or cancer-related treatment; neurodegenerative disease; fluency (stuttering); voice; and swallowing. She is qualified to provide speech sound (articulation) therapy to  both children and adults. With her training in Toastmasters, experience in a National Scholarship Pageant, and her work as an SLP, she is uniquely qualified to help teens, young adults, and adults enhance their general, social and professional communication skills.


She is a leader who collaborates, initiates, creates and innovates to help others while spreading awareness about the profession of SLP.  She initiated facilitation of Caregiver Education Communication Workshops with the Alzheimer Society of London & Middlesex, as well as voice training groups in partnership with the  Parkinson's Society of Southwestern Ontario. She is proud to be selected as the provincial association (OSLA) Auto Insurance/Motor Vehicle Collision Interest Group Leader, as well as the sole SLP representative on the provincial Coalition of Health Professional Associations in Ontario

Automobile Insurance Services.


With her genuine passion to help, a commitment to excellence and innovation, and expansive clinical training and experience, she is establishing herself as a go-to clinician in the community. 

Stephanie Kantzos, Speech-Language Pathologist/Speech Therapist, London, Ontario

Stephanie Kantzos, Speech-Language Pathologist

Stephanie is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist in Ontario who loves helping others. She earned her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from Queen Margaret University in Scotland. Before this, she completed a Double Major in Health Science and Sociology from Western University while being a valuable member of the varsity volleyball team.   


She strongly believes in the importance of continual education and has become certified in Hanen “It Takes Two to Talk” and “More Than Words”, PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets), PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) and LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment). She has completed the Cognitive-Communication Disorders Certification, Level 1 short course, by Sheila MacDonald, enabling her to better help those living with brain injury/concussion. ​She is also trained as a Behavioural Therapist, recently completing her Autism and Behavioural Science Certification at Mohawk College. She has completed  Social Thinking training and certification to assist individuals with social communication/learning challenges.


Stephanie's clinical practice areas include: prevention and early intervention training for parents/guardians of young children; speech sounds (articulation), including Apraxia of Speech; pediatric language and literacy; pediatric social learning/social communication skills; Autism Spectrum Disorder; and pediatric traumatic brain injury/concussion. Further, she helps children and adults with a range of developmental or intellectual needs, and helps train their caregivers and teams. She is also qualified to provide voice therapy to adults with Parkinson's Disease.


 With a background working with children and adults, Stephanie loves helping people achieve better communication. She is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about her career and is excited to assist families and individuals to enrich their communication skills. 


Teresa Linker, Administrative & Marketing Assistant

 Teresa is a graduate of Fanshawe College's Advertising Art program and Westervelt College's Graphic Design Professional program. She has varied experience in administration, research and office management and is a professional graphic and web designer. She primarily handles administrative duties, auditing the clinic’s website and social media, print and digital marketing materials and various other office tasks. Direct any administrative issues you have her way and she would be happy to assist you!  


Ghazal Saeidi, Communication Health Assistant

We're excited to have Ghazal join our team! More info coming soon!