New multilingual book for kids to help cope with COVID-19

As May Speech and Hearing Month begins, I am excited to share this new resource: an international group of experts have worked together to write a children’s book to help families understand and cope with COVID-19. The book has been translated into 37 languages! You can download it for free. My Hero is You follow’sContinue reading “New multilingual book for kids to help cope with COVID-19”

So… We are all working from home now (aka: expanding our virtual lab)

So… We are all working from home now (aka: expanding our virtual lab) As a lab, we’ve occupied a virtual space for a number of years.  Some students are co-directed with colleagues in France, others have had a mat-leave (including me), and others have stayed in Montreal following my move to Edmonton.  For the firstContinue reading “So… We are all working from home now (aka: expanding our virtual lab)”

Reflections during Covid-19

While I’ve been meaning to get this blog going for years, I found finding the time challenging.  During Covid-19, I am working from home and homeschooling with my partner and I miss the regular interactions with my lab members and the department. Our lab has gotten used to having meetings with me via Skype duringContinue reading “Reflections during Covid-19”