Speak to a Speech-Language Pathologist TODAY!


What is Speech Therapy?

Speech-Language Pathologists help to identify, evaluate and treat speech and language disorders. Speech therapy is when a certified practitioner, known as a Speech-Language Pathologist works with an adult or child who has a communication difficulty such as written and spoken language issues, speech difficulties, stuttering, voice disorders, reading and literacy. Coaching and education regarding specific communication disorders, how we can help and what you as a parent can do is an important focus of assessment and treatment. A ‘wait and see’ approach simply delays treatment and can have lasting implications for language and cognitive development.

We can help get your child back on track with their Speech and Language Goals!

“Research has proven that when children don't catch up in their language skills, they have persistent language difficulties, as well as difficulty with reading and writing when they get to school.”

If you notice that your toddler isn’t reaching the necessary language milestones for their age, we recommend you get an assessment from one of our licensed speech-pathologists, who will help you decide whether intervention is necessary.

How do I get started?

STEP 1: Speech-Language Assessment

includes formal and informal evaluation plus an official goal based treatment plan.

STEP 2: Treatment Session with a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist Or a Communicative Disorders Assistant

one to one therapy with a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist, or with a Communicative Disorders Assistant (supervised by a Speech-Language Pathologist)

For more information contact our main office at: 416-800-4259 for a consultation with a speech-pathologist or email us at: