Speech-Language Pathologists assist when a child has speech or language challenges.
Speech is the ability to produce sounds by coordinating and moving specific oral motor structures (e.g., tongue, mouth) at the right time.
Language is the ability to put words together to make phrases or sentences in order to express many different ideas, as well as to understand what is said.
What to expect from an assessment:
To understand your child, our speech-language pathologist (SLP) will spend time observing your child, gathering information from you, and completing standardized assessments. Our SLP and you will then have an opportunity to review the results together, answering your questions and explaining the communication strengths and areas for growth for your child. Following the assessment, you will be provided with a written assessment report that provides the results, as well as strategies and referrals as appropriate.
We complete assessments to learn more about child’s communication.
We offer opportunity to discuss these results and answer your questions.
You will receive a written report of your child’s strengths and areas for growth with suggestions.
Your child’s report will give other professionals a full understanding of your child’s communication profile.
For children who:
Are 18 months to 17 years old
Live in Canada
A parent or a primary caregiver must attend the appointment with your child
Assessments are booked Monday through Friday
Assessments are typically 3 hours in length
$750 for each Speech-Language Assessment
This service is eligible for coverage with many health plans. Aspire is able to direct bill some insurance providers.
Apply for Services:
Click the link below to open the fillable Application Form.
Download and save the PDF to your computer with a new file name (ex: Speech-Language Assessment – Jane Doe).