Areas We Treat

We have SLPs who are PROMPT-trained and use this technique as part of the approach for children with motor speech disorders.

We offer speech and language assessment and treatment for a number of disorder areas, including:

This refers to difficulties pronouncing certain sounds (e.g., using "p" in place of "f" or omitting a particular sound) or with overall speech clarity.

Some toddlers are late to start talking or are using a limited number of words. We coach parents to use a number of strategies for enhancing language development in these children.

For more information on Autism Spectrum Disorders, visit Autism Canada.

Stuttering affects the fluency of speech. Stuttered speech often includes repetitions of words or parts of words, prolongations of sounds, blocking of sounds or words and interjections (“um, um”).

We have SLPs trained in the Lidcombe Program of Early Stuttering Intervention and utilize this approach with children who are stuttering.

For more information on stuttering visit The Stuttering Foundation

Expressive language delays refer to difficulties with vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, and/or overall organization of language.

Receptive language delays may present as difficulties with following directions, answering questions, and/or understanding what other people say.

This refers to difficulty with topic maintenance, eye contact, having conversations, etc.