Speech Therapy For Children

Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) at Swift Health are experts in communication. Our SLPs provide assessment, treatment and advise for children who have speech, language, and communication needs. We assess and treat children who require support with, although not limited to:

  • accent reduction
  • aphasia
  • apraxia of speech
  • autism/social interaction difficulties
  • cleft palate
  • conversation skills
  • dyslexia / learning disability
  • expressive language
  • hearing impairment
  • language comprehension
  • language delay
  • mild, moderate or severe learning difficulties
  • phonological awareness
  • reading / decoding
  • reading comprehension / decoding
  • selective mutism
  • social skills
  • specific difficulties in producing sounds
  • specific language impairment
  • spelling
  • stammering
  • stuttering
  • unclear speech
  • voice disorders
  • written language

How can a Speech Therapist help my child?

Following an initial Speech Therapy assessment, some ways our therapists can help your child include:

  • Individual therapy/activity programmes for home and school
  • Advice and training to parents, carers and other professionals to enable them to carry out therapy programmes
  • Individual or group treatment sessions
  • Advice on specialist equipment and systems, such as alternative means of communicating and support to early feeding

You can also contact Swift Health:

Phone: (604) 800-5542

Fax: (604) 200-5431

Email: [email protected]

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Speech and Language Therapy for Adults

Our Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) work with adults who have speech, language, and communication difficulties. These include, although not limited to:

  • changes to speech and swallowing after stroke
  • communication and swallowing difficulties associated with a long-term neurological condition
  • difficulties understanding or using language
  • stammering, where sounds or words are repeated, or a lot of effort is needed to produce them
  • speaking with a persistently unusual voice quality, which might sound croaky, breathy or hoarse