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To provide speech, language, and hearing services to individuals to enable them to become successful communicators thereby enhancing and improving their quality of life both as individuals and as part of their family and community.
Through our accent modification services, one of our Compton P-ESL (Pronouncing English as a Second Language) trained, registered Speech Language Pathologists can thoroughly evaluate your individual speech patterns. From there, the Speech-Language Pathologist will generate a full report detailing your pronunciation of speech sounds (consonants and vowels), as well as your stress, rhythm, and intonation patterns. Together, you and the Speech-Language Pathologist will develop a set of goals based on your individual needs and develop a plan for practice. Click HERE to learn more
Communication skills are a vital part of life. Without the use of our hearing or the ability to speak we forfeit the most critical elements of our lives. The inability to speak and hear not only profoundly impacts the person as an individual, but all those around him.
Our team of highly skilled Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists are here to guide you in the journey to speak and hear whether it be to regain those skills, enhance various communicative interactions, or learn them for the very first time.
At HearSay we care about your speech and hearing, and the quality of your life.
In speech and language therapy, a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) or a Communicative Disorders Assistant (CDA) works with an infant, child, or an adult to overcome any speech and / or language difficulty they may have.
Audiology is the study of hearing and hearing-related disorders. An Audiologist is a hearing health care professional who works to prevent, identify and assess hearing loss in individuals.
Speech sound problems occur when the speech organs cannot move in the manner required to create specific sounds. This can be caused by having difficulty learning to physically move the tongue, lips, jaw and other speech organs in a manner to make the specific sounds.
We take pride in treating each client individually, as no two clients have the same lifestyle, nor want the same things. Whether you are socially active, still in the work force, or would like to hear the minister better during a religious service, we can give you a variety of options on ways to improve your hearing.
Auditory Processing is the ability to take sound through the ear and having it travel to the language area of the brain to be interpreted. A breakdown in this process is called an auditory processing disorder or “delay.” This deficit is present despite having normal hearing.
We offer a wide range of hearing tests to meet all your hearing needs. These tests can help diagnose many problems related to speech as well as your ability to hear in general or even certain situations. We have a dually certified Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist on staff to meet all your needs.
is a dually certified Speech-Language Pathologist and Audiologist. Having completed her undergraduate degree in the areas of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at California State University.
Yvonne is a certified Auditory-Verbal Therapist (Cert. AVT) and works in conjunction with VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children, Halton/Peel Chapter where she works on speech, language and listening goals with hearing impaired children and adults.
is a certified Audiologist and he completed his Master of Clinical Science degree at the University of Western Ontario. Rui provides hearing assessments, hearing aid evaluations, and re-checks, as well as fittings, individual counseling, and earmold impressions.
He is certified through the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA).
is registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO), as well as being a member of CASLPA (Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologists).
Nancy is also currently employed with The Scarborough General Hospital where she provides speech therapy for children with a variety of communicative challenges.
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