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Jasmine Cload, BA, MSc, RSLP, SLP(C)

Registered Speech Language Pathologist

Introducing SpeakSTRONG©

Find Your Voice

Speech Language Pathology for

Parkinson Disease and Movement Disorders

SpeakSTRONG© offers speech therapy designed for you and your neurological movement disorder:

  • Parkinson disease

  • Parkinsonism

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

  • Multiple System Atrophy

  • Essential Tremor

  • And more!

We are proud to serve clients across Victoria, Vancouver Island, and beautiful British Columbia in Canada.

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I’m Jasmine


I'm a registered Speech Language Pathologist at SpeakSTRONG© with experience and advanced training in neurological movement disorders, including Parkinson disease. I'm here to help! Click to learn more about me.

Parkinson disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease worldwide, and upwards of 90% diagnosed will develop communication and swallowing disorders.
SpeakSTRONG© is here to help.

Why Choose SpeakSTRONG©

Personalized interventions that consider your goals, needs, and diagnosis

Clinicians with experience and training in current research and techniques

Options for all levels of difficulty, challenge, and disease progression

Virtual services so you can attend appointments from the comfort of home

Individual and group options, as well as education seminars

Evening and weekend appointments to fit your schedule

We treat a variety of symptoms, including...


Slurring or stumbling

Unclear enunciation

Speech Pace

Short rushes of speech

Pushing words together

Speaking too quickly or slowly


Soft or quiet voice

Unstable volume

Fading voice

Voice Quality

Hoarseness or raspiness

Voice strain

Breathiness or weakness


Reduced voice enthusiasm

Less intonation

Sounding bored or flat

Trailing Off

Voice changing towards the end of sentences, phrases, and conversations


Changes in symptoms and severity, sometimes occurring unpredictably

Word Finding

Words at the tip-of-your-tongue

Difficulty keeping up in conversations


Too much saliva, which can impact speech, swallowing, comfort, and confidence

Dry Mouth

Too little saliva, which can also impact speech, swallowing, comfort, and confidence


Thick saliva build-up, which can fluctuate with drooling and dry mouth


Difficulty chewing, coughing, throat-clearing, choking, or feeling food caught in throat

Let's SpeakSTRONG© Together

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