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"I have learned more from my clients and their families, than I have ever learned from my professional training. I will forever be grateful to each person I have had the privilege of meeting and working with."

Jill always has her thinking cap on for you. She loves to brainstorm and think outside of the box to find creative solutions to address your unique needs.


Jill Clements-Baartman, MA, MHSc, is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist who earned her degree from the University of Toronto in 1993. She is also a retired Early Childhood Educator and has a Masters Degree in NeuroLinguistics from the University of Calgary (1991).


Jill is a published researcher, adjunct professor, clinical educator, and has extensive training and experience, including:


  • Animated Literacy - Jim Stone (2001)

  • Association Method - level IV (2002)

  • Auditory Verbal Therapy - level III - Infant Hearing Program (2005)

  • Conscious Care Consultant - University of Toronto/Centre for Conscious Care (2019)

  • Hanen - parent and caregiver coaching (1993)

  • Literacy Specialist - University of Toronto/CASLPO (2015)

  • PECS - Advanced - Pyramid (2013)

  • PHAST / EMPOWER for teaching literacy

  • PROMPT - level II - Deb Hayden (1993)

  • RAVE - O - literacy remediation - Tuft's University, Boston (2009)

  • RiRo - resiliency training - children and adults - Holland-Bloorview (2010)

  • SOS Feeding Program - Advanced/Mentor Program (2015;2022)

  • TalkTools - level II - Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson (2009)

In her spare time, Jill enjoys photography, working with glass, hobby farming, re-building cars, scuba diving, upcycling furniture and loving her furry friends - Dana, Violet and Gryffie. 

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