Keep Progressing with Teletherapy
COVID-19 has forced us to put our lives on hold, but no need to put your speech goals on hold too!
With teletherapy, you can keep progressing towards your speech and language goals.
~ your path to clear communication ~
Your Speech-Language Pathologists
Speech Pathways is a private speech-language pathology practice offering high quality services to clients of all ages, from infants to adults. Our Speech-Language Pathologists are fully licensed and registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO).
Our Speech Therapists Get Top Results
Speech Pathways is unique in that we have a team of speech-language pathologists who have different areas of expertise including: motor speech delays/apraxia, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), articulation delays, expressive or receptive language delays, reading and literacy delays, voice disorders, stuttering, Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), aphasia and accent reduction. You or your child is matched to a therapist who is experienced in the area of your communication difficulty.
Speech Therapy In-home Visits – We Come to You!
We provide speech and language services in your home, daycare or private school. Services are offered days/evenings or weekends – we work with your schedule. We are currently servicing the following communities: Brampton, Mississauga, Etobicoke, Milton, Oakville, Burlington, Georgetown, Guelph, Cambridge and Kitchener/Waterloo.
We have the staff to meet your needs – No Wait-list!
Our number one goal is to improve your communication while keeping speech therapy fun for kids and practical for adults.
What therapy looks like: 18 months
Life is busy! Parents are juggling their own work commitments, home needs, all of their children’s extra-curricular activities, and staying on top of their children’s academic needs. When is there time for speech therapy homework?
Some professionals believe that a tongue tie will result in speech delays due to the shorter range of motion possible for the tongue. Due to this belief, there are professionals who perform a surgical procedure called frenotomy, commonly known as tongue tie clipping. But is clipping your child's tongue tie truly necessary?