Meet the Team
The 'We' in We Communicate emphasizes the importance of all team members supporting a person. With a connected team, a person is best supported towards stronger communication skills and overall improved quality of life. Here's to doing that together!
Becky McArthur, Speech-Language Pathologist & Owner
I am a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, Ontario) and Western University (London, Ontario) as of 2015. I have worked solely in private practice with clients across the lifespan. Private practice lit a fire in my professional soul by allowing me to provide quality, direct service while creating strong relationships with families.
I live in Kitchener-Waterloo but my hometown of Simcoe has always tugged on my heart strings. I am fortunate to have worked alongside many speech-language pathologists and a variety of other professionals and am glad to continue to have a relationship with these people today. I am thrilled to be able to provide private speech-language pathology services to offer service to families eager to begin a path to better communication for their child!
Personally, I enjoy walking my Mexican rescue dog, Cabot, reading a psychological thriller, and staying active with whatever my current jam is at the time (right now, it’s hopping on the Peloton).
Danielle Boot, Speech-Language Pathologist
I’m a graduate of McMaster’s problem-based learning speech-language pathology program. During my final semester, I had a placement at We Communicate. Now, I am honoured to join the team!
My undergraduate degree is in cognitive science of languages (McMaster University) and I have an additional Masters degree in Professional Education with a focus on literacy (Western University). While completing my SLP education, I gained interest in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) - the use of technology and other supports to help individuals express themselves. I love discovering what makes each child unique and working alongside families to help them reach their goals.
I live in Hamilton with my husband. In my spare time I enjoy reading, listening to podcasts, and going on walks in nature.
I am a graduate of Western University’s (London, Ontario) speech-language pathology program and Brock University’s (St. Catharines, Ontario) speech and language sciences program. My experience and passion lies most strongly in early intervention and preschool services, including feeding / eating and working with neurodivergent children.
I have had the incredible opportunity to co-treat with, and learn from several speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists how to provide more effective therapy for autistic children. I am trained in a neurodiversity-affirming strengths-based approach, and love empowering families in becoming their own child’s therapist while helping children better understand themselves and become self-advocates. I am so excited to be a part of the We Communicate team supporting families on their unique journeys.
I recently moved to Norfolk County from the Niagara region, and I am loving it here! When not doing *all the things* SLP, you can find me on the yoga mat, reading in my hammock, or outside enjoying nature with my dogs.
Sarah Jones, Speech-Language Pathologist
PS: Here at We Communicate, we are life-long learners and total research nerds. You can check out each of the team member's qualifications and continued professional development here.