Speech-Language Therapy

We work with children, Indigenous youth, adults / seniors and new Canadians across Canada (some exceptions apply), and around the world to improve their speech, language and communication skills.

Whether you or your loved one has difficulties communicating or struggles with reading and writing, we provide unique services, which best suit individual learning style and needs. We provide a full range of speech, language, literacy and cognitive communication services for toddlers, school-aged children, and adolescents.

Our team also supports adults who have suffered a brain injury, are living with aphasia, have been diagnosed with a neurodegenerative disorder, such as Parkinsons’ disease, help with stuttering / disfluency, or are looking to receive therapy for an accent modification.

Our SLPs and CDAs cater to the needs of the individual and their family. Our Speech Language Pathologists hold licenses  to practice in Ontario, Quebec, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut. We strive to deliver functional communication techniques to both the client as well as caregivers who are supporting their loved ones.

We Provide Online Speech Therapy

For your viewing pleasure, the following is a sample session to show how Speech-Language Therapy works online. After a free download and a few clicks, we are able to engage with the client (and families as needed) and target their speech-language goals using a variety of materials including, presentations, images, web sites, and most importantly face-to-face! Feel free to reach out to one of our Speech-Language Pathologists to learn more about how we can provide online therapy from the safety and comfort of your home.

Are Difficulties Holding You Back?
Let us know how we can help.

The clinicians at Anderson Therapy Services will try their best to work with your schedule and offer you therapy services at your convenience. To learn more about our services, contact us at (289) 238-8598 or at info@andersontherapy.ca

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