We would like to welcome Jamie Hack to BC Centre for Ability as our new Leader of Speech-Language Pathology
We are proud to welcome Jamie to the Centre as our new Leader of Speech-Language Pathology and the regional coordinator for the Early Intervention Therapy program. Jamie has a clinical and research background in developmental communication disorders and has worked with BC Children’s Hospital’s Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Clinic. Prior to that he spent over 10 years as an SLP in the acute rehabilitation program, and assessment coordinator for the BC Autism Assessment Network’s Complex Developmental Behavioural Conditions program.
Jamie is a clinical assistant professor at UBC and the chair of the College of Speech and Hearing Professionals of BC’s Quality Assurance Committee. Jamie is also a published researcher and has presented nationally and internationally on his work around assessments for children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
“I am motivated by family-centred care, evidence-based practice, cultural inclusivity, and innovation. I am looking forward to supporting and contributing to BCCFA’s vision of inclusive communities that allow people to thrive at all stages of life”
Visit the Early Intervention Therapy page for more information on this program that helps families enhance their child’s development and environment to support how they live, learn and play.