At Smile Speech Therapy, we are marking Speech and Hearing month in May by offering FREE toddler speech screenings!
If you have a child between 18 to 30 months and you are not sure if their speech and language skills are developing as they should be, register for a free speech screening. Space is limited.
Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays starting mid-MayTime: 10:30 to 11:30am, 1:00 to 2:00pm
Location: Smile Speech Therapy clinic--532 Eglinton Avenue East
Details: 1 hour Group speech and language screening session with an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist. 3 families maximum for each time slot. Bring your child in to meet with a Speech-Language Pathologist and ask all your pressing questions about their communication skills.
We come to your home in the Greater Toronto Area or you can come to our child-friendly and modern clinic located in midtown Toronto for speech therapy services. After-school, early evening, and weekend appointments are available.
Our therapists are experienced and trained in a number of different programs such as: PROMPT, Hanen programs, PECS, Social Thinking, Lidcombe Stuttering Program, Kaufman Protocol, DIR Floortime, and more.
We also have fully bilingual therapists who can provide speech and language services in: French, Hindi, Gujarati, Farsi, and Portuguese.
We offer competitive rates as well as provide receipts for insurance claims as all our Speech-Language Pathologists are registered with CASLPO (College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologist of Ontario).
We have added two highly experienced therapists to our team.
Katy Mak is a multi-lingual therapist with experience working with children with Autism.
Rachael Greenberg joins us with years of experience working in a pediatric and school age environment.
Both have in-home (Markham, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Downtown Toronto) and weekend spots available. Spots are limited so contact us today.
Read Katy and Rachael’s bios
Certain children have a condition in which their speech is very difficult for others to understand. The underlying cause may be a disorder called Childhood Apraxia of Speech.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech is a motor speech disorder in which a child’s brain fails to properly plan the physical actions required of speaking.
Our blog post delves into the condition, and its various forms of treatment.
Find out if your little one’s speech skills are on the right track.
18-month-old are recommended to undergo an enhanced well-baby visit.
Read our blog post about speech milestones.
Phone: (416) 488-7807
Fax: (416) 488-7815