Stacey Misko

Stacey loves working with autistic people of all ages, including those whose attention challenges or anxiety affect their ability to communicate. She also enjoys working with individuals with apraxia and phonology. Stacey’s experience includes various populations including brain injury. Stacey has worked in rural and Northern Manitoba, including many years serving First Nations communities through MFNERC. Currently she delivers services via telehealth to Northern Communities involved in a special telehealth project with SpeechWorks Inc. In 1997 Stacey earned her BA in Linguistics and Psychology from the University of Manitoba. She went on to complete a year at the University of North Dakota before completing her MSc in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Minnesota State University Moorhead in 2001. Stacey is actively involved in the autism community. She founded the Friending Facebook group, where individuals with social challenges can support each other. She is actively involved with the Family Advocacy Network.

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