A speech pathologist is a university-trained health professional who works with anyone who has trouble communicating.  Speech pathologists help people find the best way to communicate to meet their needs. This might include ways to improve speech clarity or fluency, or signs, symbols, gestures and other forms of assisted communication.

Our Speech Pathologists can help with:

  • Articulation (speech)
  • Language (understanding and expression)
  • Social Skills (play skills, turn taking, making friends, developing eye contact, conversation skills)
  • Play- move this to social skills
  • Stuttering
  • Voice problems
  • Literacy (reading, writing, spelling)