Susan M. Edwards, M.Sc., RSLP (850) is the Director of Flow Speech Voice & Communication in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Susan works exclusively with adults who have voice and communication challenges related to:
- Vocal nodules, polyps, cysts
- Muscle Tension Dysphonia
- Spasmodic Dysphonia / Vocal Tremor
- Reflux (GERD, LPR)
- Chronic Cough
- Vocal Cord Dysfunction / Breathing Problems
- Transgender voice feminization / masculinization
- Age-related voice changes
- Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury
- Parkinson's Disease
Pre and post-surgical consults are available, and Susan is a registered, insured service provider for ICBC (Insurance Corporation of British Columbia), Worksafe BC, and BCTF (BC Teachers Federation).
More information is provided on the Credentials page.
Susan can be contacted at (250) 516-1964 or via email on the Contact page.
Susan believes that communication connects us and that good communication improves our quality of life.
Private practice provides clients with access to flexible, direct services. Susan can focus her attention on her main interests of voice and communication challenges that are neurological in nature.
People deserve the most up-to-date evidence-based intervention and Susan is constantly updating her skills and knowledge base through attending conferences, preparing presentations, accessing journals and webinars on-line and participating in clinical research.
What has Susan been doing recently?
"Vocal Health for VIVO", Vancouver Island Voice Over guest speaker, Victoria BC
Changing Keys, Trans Care BC, Victoria, BC Volunteer
Fall Voice Conference, Seattle, WA
Speech and Hearing BC Conference, Victoria BC
Medbridge Courses on the Aging Voice and Vocal Tremor
Inquiry Committee - SLP Panel of the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals
Mentoring UVic undergraduate student volunteers who plan to apply for SLP graduate programs
Planned for 2019
"Using Technology to Improve Communication with Parkinson's Disease", Parkinson's BC Victoria Regional Conference, Sandman Hotel (March 2, 2019)
"Vocal Health and Hazards for Teachers", SD 65 Professional Development (May 3, 2019)
In her spare time, Susan enjoys singing, reading, walks at the beach and hosting students from around the world.