Rhonda Miller

Reg. Speech-Language Pathology Assistant

Rhonda is a graduate of both the Early Childhood Development Program, and the Speech Language Pathology Assistant Program at Grant McEwen University and a Certified Life Skills Coach. Over the past twenty years, Rhonda has worked in the school setting as a Life Skills Coach, Educational Assistant and Speech Language Pathology Assistant. Rhonda has a strong passion for helping her clients and families and has cultivated an abundance of experience, creativity, and passion over the years. Her therapy approach is engaging, functional, dynamic and targeted to produce the highest outcomes for those she works with.

Rhonda has supported students at the elementary and high school level in many areas of speech-language pathology including: articulation/phonology, early literacy and reading skills, receptive/expressive language and pragmatic language development, voice and fluency skills. She has also supported older teens and young adults with their transitions into the community after high school.

She loves to travel, especially to places where she can find a hot, sandy beach to kick back and enjoy a good book!


  • Professional Member of SAC (Speech-Language & Audiology Canada)
  • Saskatchewan Registered Autism Spectrum Disorder Service Provider**

**Qualified under the interdisciplinary supervision of Registered Speech-Language Pathologists and Registered Occupational Therapists