Kidspeech and Family Rehabiliation



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Community Service initiatives




KIDSPEECH™ ll Speech Pathology ('speech therapy for kids’),
Toronto and GTA Speech-Language Pathologists,
certified Life Care Planners - kids, teens, adults

 

 

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Annual Scholarship



The KIDSPEECH™  Scholarship ($2,000) is administered and awarded annually by the Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC)/ Orthophonie et Audiologies Canada (OAC) Scholarship Committee to a full-time student in a speech-language pathology master’s program, and is based on academic achievement, references, and an essay outlining career goals related to linguistic and cultural needs in children. 

 

    • 2016 - Alyssa Wagner
    • 2015 - Vanessa Blouin
    • 2014 - Andrea Tkalec
    • 2013 - Karine Millard
     
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Research & Development (R&D)



    • Increasing parental awareness of their child’s speech and language milestones
    • Technology applications for monitoring early speech and language milestones
     
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brasrecycled.com

 

image of recycled brasbrasrecycled.com is a project which Maria started in Toronto over ten years ago. She collects ‘used brassières’ for young girls and women around the globe who are otherwise unable to obtain one. Since rape has been defined as a ‘power act’, the simple act of wearing a bra for these young girls and women provides them with increased self-confidence and elevates their status thus reducing their chances of being raped and contracting HIV.

Over the years Maria has sent thousands of bras to nurses’ and doctors’ offices, as well as high schools in numerous countries Africa, as well as Jamaica, the Phillipines, Haiti, and Columbia to name a few.

We have partnered with many organizations who host bra drives to bring awareness to the project so that we can all look into our drawers to find unwanted bras to donate.

The magazine Neuroconnect whose focus is on rehabilitation and resources for individuals and professionals focussed attention on this initiative through several articles. To read these articles access the Neuroconnect magazine on their website www.neuroconnect.ca.

For more details, call Maria (416-447-7325) or e-mail info@brasrecylced.com.

 

 
image of painting by Maria Scaringi


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