Whether you are a child struggling with his or her first words, or an adult trying to work on your communication skills — The Speech Therapy Centres of Canada are here to help you discover your voice.
We work with many outside organizations to help provide speech therapy services and support for our clients and their clients.
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We understand that navigating the world of speech therapy may be daunting so our client services team is prepared to help you every step of the way. Our clinical director, Jeanette Podolsky, is also on hand to host round table discussions every few months to answer questions for parents whose child needs (or may need) speech therapy services.
As an adolescent or adult, you face unique communication challenges that require unique approaches. Your voice is important. You’re never too old to start speech therapy and we’re always here to help.
Our S-LPs are trained to work with people on a variety of workplace communication skills. One of our strengths is helping those whose first language isn’t English to communicate better and to achieve a more neutral or ‘Canadian’ accent.
Stuttering is a speech disorder that affects children and adults alike. If you are a parent of a child with a stuttering speech disorder, our clinics offer a wide array of therapies and strategies to help your child communicate more effectively.
One of our proudest achievements at The Speech Therapy Centres of Canada is the success we’ve had with individuals with communication issues developed as a result of an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Proudly serving the following locations through our Brampton Ontario office:
Mississauga | Oakville | Milton | Etobicoke | Georgetown | Brampton | Burlington
Aurora | Newmarket | Markham | Thornhill | GTA | Mississauga | Brampton | Burlington | Ajax | Oshawa | Pickering | Ottawa
Speech Therapy Centres of Canada Ltd. is in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.
Our Accessibility Customer Service Policy is available upon request. Please feel free to contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org