Speech Therapy in Toronto

Speech therapy in Toronto is carried out by a Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs). It addresses a number of speech and communication issues in both children and adults. 

Child and speech therapist working on blowing activity during speech therapy in Toronto
Our SLPs use a variety of techniques to address your child’s speech and language needs.

Why choose Side by Side Therapy to do your Speech Therapy in Toronto?

Our SLPs will conduct a thorough assessment of your child’s speech and language abilities and will determine if they would benefit from speech therapy in Toronto. If intervention is recommended, they will set goals and will discuss with you the best therapy schedule for your child.  

Some common problems that an SLP can address are: 

  • ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)
  • Down Syndrome
  • Augmentative Communication Devices
  • Auditory Processing DisordeR
  • Fluency Therapy for stuttering
  • Learning Disabilities
  • PECS – Picture Exchange Communication System
  • PROMPT – Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (for motor speech disorders)
  • Social Skills Training 
  • Speech Sound Disorders
  • Voice Therapy
Speech therapist working with young girl at child sized desk.
Speech therapy can take place in your home, at your child’s school or daycare.

Our SLPs work as part of our transdisciplinary team, when necessary, to address all of your child’s needs in a comprehensive way. We will ensure that your child’s speech goals align with the rest of their treatment goals.

Our Speech-Language Pathologists are registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO) and members of either Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) or the Ontario Speech-Language Association (OSLA).

Contact us to book your 30 minute no-charge consultation today.

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