Our goal is to work with you and your child to improve your child’s communication skills in an enjoyable and safe environment.

Meggan Levson

M.H.Sc., S-LP(C)
Speech-Language Pathologist,
Registered CASLPO

As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I have worked with preschool and school-aged children to help them manage a variety of communication challenges including:

Late talking, difficulty using grammatical sentences, unclear speech, English as a Second Language (ESL), trouble with social interaction, stuttering, and use of alternative and augmentative communication systems.

Specifically, I have experience helping children with Receptive and Expressive Language Impairment, Motor Speech Disorders (i.e. Apraxia, Dysarthria), Articulation/Phonological delays, Resonances, Autism, and other Developmental Disorders.

My Profile


The PROMPT Institute:
Introduction to PROMPT Technique (level 1)
Bridging PROMPT Technique to Intervention (level 2)

The Hanen Centre:
It Takes Two to Talk
More Than Words
Target Words
Learning Language and Loving It

Geneva Centre for Autism:
Autism S-LP Certification

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care:
Individual Authorizer for the Assistive Devices Program

Western University
In 1999, Meggan graduated from Western University (UWO) with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Human Physiology, Honours.

University of Toronto
In 2001, Meggan graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of a Health Science M.H.Sc., Communication Sciences and Disorders.

OLSA and SAC
In July 2001, Meggan joined the College of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of Ontario as a registered Speech-Language Pathologist, and is a current member of the Ontario Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA).  In the same year she also obtained her Speech-Language & Audiology Canada Certification in 2001, and is a current member of Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC).

You can view my LinkedIn profile here.

Amanda Banas

Speech-Language Pathologist,

Registered CASLPO


Amanda is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist with the College of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology of Ontario, a member of the Ontario Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists, and a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She completed her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology in 2005.

Amanda has spent most of her career working in a school setting. This has led to her having an educational focus when treating speech and language impairments. She has worked with children from junior kindergarten to grade 6, as well as a few high school age students. She has experience working with Articulation/Phonological Delays, Receptive and Expressive Language Impairments, and Autism.

The PROMPT Institute:

Introduction to PROMPT Technique (level 1)

The Hanen Centre:

It Takes Two to Talk


Stephanie Kantzos

Speech-Language Pathologist,

Registered CASLPO

Stephanie is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist in Ontario and true professional when it comes in helping others.  She earned her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from Queen Margaret University in Scotland and before this, she completed a Double Major in Health Science and Sociology from Western University while being a valuable member of the varsity volleyball team.   

She strongly believes in the importance of continual education and has become certified in:


The Hanen Centre

It Takes Two to Talk

More Than Words

TalkAbility 

The PROMPT Institute 

Introduction to PROMPT technique (level1) 

Bridging PROMPT technique to Intervention (level 2)

Pyramid Educational Consultants 

Picture Exchange Communication System 

LSVT Global 

Lee Silverman Voice Treatment 

Mohawk College 

Autism and Behavioural Science Certification- Behavioural Therapist 

In addition to certifications Stephanie has completed several courses from Social Thinking ® to learn how best to assist individuals with social communication/learning challenges and Completed the Cognitive-Communication Disorders Certification, Level 1.

Stephanie’s clinical practice areas include prevention and early intervention training for parents/guardians of young children; speech sounds (articulation), including Apraxia of Speech; pediatric language and literacy; pediatric social learning/social communication skills; Autism Spectrum Disorder. 

With a background working with children, Stephanie’s professionalism, enthusiasm and knowledge will deliver results by assisting families and individuals to enrich their communication skills.   

Justine Theal 

Communicative Disorders Assistant

Justine is a Communicative Disorders Assistant that has experience working with preschool and school aged children with a variety of presenting diagnoses and challenges.  In particular she has experience working on late talking, parent/caregiver coaching, unclear speech, grammatical errors, social interaction, English as a second language, motor speech, picture exchange communication systems (PECS), and alternative and augmentative communication devices. 

Justine earned her Communicative Disorders Assistant Certificate from Georgian College in 2016.  She also holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Cultural Anthropology and Linguistics from Western University.

Justine is certified in:

Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Level 1

Hanen’s 4 I’s to Socialize

The Speech and Stuttering Institute Motor Speech and Fluency workshops

Jonathan Spence

Speech-Language Pathologist,

Registered CASLPO

Jonathan is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist with the College of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology of Ontario and a member of Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC). He completed his Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology in 2021 at Western University and before this, completed his Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology (BHSc) at Queen’s University while being a member of the varsity football team and a frequent participant in numerous community initiatives. 

The majority of Jonathan’s professional and academic experiences are with children from junior kindergarten to grade 8, as well as a few high school age students. Jonathan’s clinical practice areas include articulation (speech sounds) delays and phonological delays; stuttering; pediatric and school age language and literacy; pediatric and school age social learning/social communication skills; and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jonathan also has experience working as an Educational Assistant for two different school boards before becoming a Speech-Language Pathologist where he worked to support students with various exceptionalities in accordance with their Individual Education Plan.

Geneva Centre for Autism

Autism Intervention Training Certificate

Helping Children Talk - Jonathan Spence

Our Services

630 Colborne Street, Suite 103
London, ON N6B 2V2

Phone: 226-456-TALK
Fax: 519-642-0600