David Loyst
David Loyst has an undergraduate degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Western Ontario and a master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from UBC. He has over 25 years of experience practicing in hospitals, child development centres, childcare centres, schools and home-based intensive intervention programs. He has training and clinical experience in several autism intervention approaches including Traditional/Lovaas ABA, Floortime/DIR, Verbal Behaviour (Introductory a...
Bonnie Daudlin
Bonnie has over thirty years of experience working with children in diverse settings. Work settings have included the Williams Lake Child Development Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital's feeding team and early intervention team and BC Centre for Ability's early intervention team, hearing impairment team in addition to her role of clinical instructor at the University of British Columbia's faculty of Medicine, School of Audiology and Speech Sciences. Her focus and e...
JD MacMillan
JD MacMillan graduated from Simon Fraser University where she studied psychology with a concentration in child development. She later studied Early Childhood Education at Langara College and ultimately obtained her Special Ed certificate. JD supervised and managed day cares, out-of-school cares and preschools in both the lower mainland and Alberta. She particularly values her experience managing a parent-participation preschool, where her belief that all children learn best when their famil...
Corinne Beaton
Corinne Beaton studied Sociology and Psychology for two years before she went on to obtain her Certification in Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Professional Instructor Certification and then on to complete her diploma in Special Education at Langara College. She continues to develop her training through workshops offered in the teaching communities as well as those specific to Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has clinical and theoretical experience in Lovaas ABA and completed a course...
Hazel Orr
For the past 9 years Hazel has worked with Children and families in Scotland providing support in a variety of settings, including home care, respite, and the judicial system. Hazel has a passion for attachment theory and has found her on-going training in this area to be very beneficial in her working practice and the development of the children and families with which she works. Hazel studied in Scotland and gained a Diploma in Health and Social Care, before going on to unde...
Kayla Leblanc
Kayla LeBlanc comes to us with an educational background in Early Education and Psychology at SFU. Her experience working with children as a youth mental health advocate, foster parent and several years as an interventionist with Loyst and Associates has given her extensive practical experience and knowledge in the field. She continues her education at SFU where she is currently specializing in Special Education with a focus on early intervention. Kayla attends worksh...
Interventionists
Loyst and Associates would not be where it is today, without a team of incredible interventionists. Many of our interventionists have been with our company for several years and all bring significant talent and dedication to their work with children. Please follow the Interventionist Profile section in our Newsletters to read more about these wonderful individuals.
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