A speech and/or language assessment will consist of:
Evaluation of speech and language skills during informal observation and play
Standardized testing (as required)
Information from other professionals who interact with the child may be obtained
N2 will work collaboratively with you to set functional speech, language, and/or social communication goals. N2 uses evidence-based treatment approaches, and incorporates your child’s interests to keep them motivated and make sure the sessions are fun for all!
Upon request, N2 is able to consult with other professionals involved in the treatment program (e.g. physician, therapist, day care provider)
Articulation/Phonological delays or Motor speech disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Expressive language delays or disorders
Receptive language delays or disorders
Social communication difficulties
“Global News contacted speech pathologists and educators from the Edmonton Catholic School District for some help zeroing in on questions that will lead to more thorough answers at any age.“ Read the full article here.
Resources on the role, skills, and treatment specialties of Speech-Language Pathologists: What do Speech-Language Pathologists Do? Who we are, What we do, Where we work.
A short profile of an American Speech-Language Pathologist working with adolescent age students in a school setting. More resources can be found here: http://www.asha.org/Students/Speech-Language-Pathology/
Rates are based on guidelines recommended by The Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA). Most insurance plans cover fees for speech-language pathology services. Please contact your insurance provider to inquire about your coverage.
Payment is due after each session (cash or cheque accepted). Clients receive an itemized receipt which can be submitted to insurance providers.
Additional information regarding rates will be provided during initial telephone consultation.