Britanni has been practicing as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2014. She studied at The University of Toronto (B.A. Hons) and The University of Sheffield (MMedSci Merit) before returning home to Bermuda. Once back at home, she worked at King Edward Memorial Hospital and Function Junction, a local and established private practice. Britanni launched her practice, Let’s Chat Speech & Language Therapy, in 2018.
Britanni is passionate about helping young children develop into confident and successful communicators. She strongly believes in being part of the the team, giving importance to the family dynamic, the child’s environment and working closely with others supporting the child as well (i.e. teachers, other professionals).
She has experience working with children from birth upwards in the following areas: articulation, language development & processing, stuttering, voice, picky eaters, reading and writing fundamentals, alternative and augmentative communication (AAC), and social-pragmatic skills. Britanni also has experience working with adults in the areas of swallowing therapy, voice therapy, accent reduction, aphasia, speech (dysarthria, apraxia) and AAC.
Hello! I love being a speech therapist and more importantly, find joy in watching my child clients develop and helping my adult clients regain a sense of confidence in themselves. Outside of work, my husband and I are huge foodies and we love to travel the world in search of the next ‘big eat’! I like to exercise, cook and spend time with my family and close friends. I look forward to meeting you soon!
Britanni is always seeking opportunities to improve her skills and remain in touch with her profession. Britanni is registered with the Bermuda Health Council and the Health and Care Professions Council (UK) and is a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT). She currently sits as the Chair of the Speech and Language Therapy Board and is a member of the Council of Allied Health Professions. Britanni is also a certified Elklan Tutor and a Certified MBSiMP Clinician.
In addition to her specific speech and language therapy background, Britanni has many years experience working in preschools and nurseries and is a huge believer in the power of play. She has held Head Teacher positions and has been part of a team responsible for accrediting preschool environments. Britanni has also completed extensive work on the Bermudian dialect and how accents and dialects have an impact on society and the individual. She continues this work today and is in the process of co-authoring a book on this topic!