My Background

Pam has over 15 years experience working with children and adults who have communication challenges. Pam is a wife and a mother of two beautiful children and knows all too well how life can keep us all very busy.

My goal is to empower clients and families to focus on speech and language “homework” throughout their busy day thus reducing the need to sit down at the table and do yet more homework!

I am based in Regina and I specialize in assessing and treating oral motor problems that may underlie many articulation difficulties (speech sounds) and/or impact progression of feeding skills.

Pam graduated with her Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, ND in 2004 after completing a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1996. Between 1996 and 2001, Pam held teaching positions as a teaching assistant, classroom teacher, and a Special Education Teacher that helped her learn how to better support students and children who were struggling in school. Pam has a range of clinical experience working with toddlers, preschool aged children, early elementary aged children (grades K-6) and Adults following stroke or brain injury in both health and educational settings.

Pam has experience working with children with:

  • Down Syndrome
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • suspected childhood apraxia of speech (motor planning)
  • and other developmental delays
  • as well as children with articulation and language disorders

In her spare time she loves learning to run, relaxing at the lake, swimming, enjoying campfires and spending quality time with her family.


Pamela Lamon
B.Ed., M.S., R.SLP, SLP-C
Registered SLP SK

Give me a call today for a FREE consultation! 639-590-4312

Training Highlights

Pamela actively attends continuing education webinars, workshops, and conferences related to communication and feeding disorders. Her advanced training includes these courses and more!


Picky Eaters and Problem Feeders: The Sequential Oral Sensory approach to Feeding - Trained Therapist

Picture Exchange Communication System - Basic program, advanced program, and Nine essential Communication Skills

The Hanen Program - Parent/teacher training courses in

  • It Takes Two to Talk
  • Target Word
  • Learning Language and Loving It
  • More Than Words

Talk it Rock it (formerly Kids' Express Train) - music based strategies

Introductory Level - Applied Behaviour Analysis Workshop

Motivating Children with Autism to Speak: Incorporating ABA Principles to Build Functional Communication

The Lidcombe Program (fluency/stuttering)

Executive Functioning: Everything from A to Z (children)

Dysphagia Treatment: Evidenced Based Interventions for Swallowing Treatment (adult)

SPEAK OUT! A Practical Approach to Treating Parkinson’s (adult)

Cognitive Communication Disorders Level 1 (Adult)


Aphasia Treatment: Implementing Best Practices into the Clinical Setting (Adults)

Picture Exchange Communication System - Basic program, advanced program, and Nine essential Communication Skills

Introduction to the Assessment and Management of Eating Drinking and Swallowing Disorders: A Clinical Approach (Adults)