Speech-Language Pathology


Difficulty saying certain sounds

Language disorders/delays

Misunderstanding what other people say and/or not using words or the appropriate words to communicate


Continually hoarse or experiencing pain after talking for very long


Words or sounds not coming out smoothly

Accent modification

Difficulty saying some English sounds or difficulty understanding the English language


Coughing or choking when eating some foods or drinking some liquids

Infant feeding

Difficulty feeding an infant, toddler or child certain foods or liquids

Aural (re)abilitation

Communication skills impacted by a hearing loss

School-aged language

An elementary school child who has difficulty understanding that letters stand for sounds and/or a child who struggles with understanding what teachers say