Start your child’s lifetime relationship with reading on the right foot in our Language and Literacy class.
Over the course of seven sessions, parents work together with their kids to develop vocabulary and lay the foundation for early literacy skills such as:
- Letter Recognition
- Phonological Awareness
You will also learn strategies on how to focus on these same skills at home with your child to give him/her a leg-up with learning to read. Classes are tailored for kids 2 1/2 to 4 years of age.
The group is programmed by a highly-experienced paediatric Speech and Language Pathologists.
Classes start bright and early on Saturday mornings, 9:10am to 10:00am. The seven-session block runs from Jan. 13, 2018 until Feb 24, 2018.
The cost for 7 sessions will be $196.00 (+HST). For parents who want to check out what the classes involve, we are offering a FREE trial class on Dec. 23rd.
We hope you can join us. Contact us to book your spot.
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).
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.
September is here and it’s a great time to think about whether or not your 3 and 4 yearold's speech skills are developing according to schedule.
There are several sign posts parents can use to gauge their child’s pronunciation skills.
Read about them in our Blog Post.
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