Faith joined the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority (H.S.A.) in 2008 as the resident Speech Language Pathologist and is the first Caymanian to hold this position within the health care system in the Cayman Islands.
Faith has clinical experiences with a wide variety of populations and diagnoses across the life span. She is currently the Team Lead for Speech and Occupational Therapies at the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority and is also a senior Speech and Language Therapist with the H.S.A. Faith provides services across a broad range of clinical settings including acute, inpatient, outpatient, and home health.
During her time at H.S.A., Faith re-established medical based speech therapy services for the Cayman Islands, building a thriving service from the ground up. Additionally, Faith has assisted with several initiatives for both adult and paediatric populations in the Cayman Islands including the implementation of a newborn hearing screening programme, increased awareness on the early signs of autism spectrum disorder, improved CVA assessment and treatment protocols and the implementation of dysphagia precautions, diets, and guidelines. Faith has expertise in many areas including dysphagia, voice therapy, cognitive/linguistic rehabilitation, and developmental disorders.
Faith is a member of the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) and is a founding member of the Caribbean Speech Hearing Association (CaribSHA). Faith is also an active member of the Caymanian community and is particularly passionate about her work with individuals with disabilities. She has served in a wide range of voluntary roles within the community and across the Caribbean region.