Phone: 613-969-7400 Ext. 2247


Speech and Language

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Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) in our Preschool Speech and Language program screen, assess, identify and treat speech, language, voice, fluency (stuttering), listening, and social communication concerns in children from birth to school entry. Communicative Disorders Assistants (CDAs) play an important role in providing treatment services under the supervision of Speech-Language Pathologists.

Our approach to treatment is built on the principle that parents / caregivers are the main teachers of their child’s speech and language development. 

Treatment can be offered through a variety of avenues including groups, all with a focus on teaching parents and caregivers how to promote skills on a daily basis, not just while at therapy. 

Please note:  Referrals for Preschool Speech and Language can be made until April 1 of the year the child is entering school (up to grade 1 if school entry is delayed).

We have added a check box for consent for email communication to our referral forms.  We may rely on this consent for our initial contact with you to determine the best way to communicate, going forward.  It is important that you are aware that when you agree to email communication that there is a risk of unauthorized disclosure or interception of information (e.g. email sent to incorrect email address).


Please follow the link, fill out the information in the form and submit.

Communication Checklist and Referral

For referral information call 613-969-7400 x 2247

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