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Services for Children  - Services in Saskatchewan

Assessment, reporting, and treatment in these areas:

Speech sounds (articulation and phonology)
Language for literacy and school performance
Using language (grammar, vocabulary, finding words)
Understanding language (listening for comprehension and understanding instructions)
Apraxia of Speech (difficulty in planning tongue and lip movements for speech)
Fluency/Stuttering (repeating sounds or parts of words and the related problems)
Social language (understanding others' feelings, improving non-verbal communication)
Language stimulation for the very young

Some typical communication and medical diagnoses that may benefit from Speech Therapy:

Speech and sound delays or disorders
Expressive and Receptive language delays
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Dyslexia
Learning Disabilities
Cognitive Delay
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Stuttering
Down Syndrome
Cerebral Palsy
Myotonic Dystrophy

Adult Services - Services in Saskatchewan

Assessment, reporting, and treatment in these areas:

Dysarthria (difficulty making sounds correctly with tongue, lips, and palate)
Acquired Apraxia of Speech (difficulty in planning tongue and lip movements for speech)
Primary Progressive Aphasia (difficulty speaking or understanding words resulting from dementia)
Cognitive-communication disorders resulting from brain injury or dementia (issues with memory, attention, planning, and organizing speech)
Fluency and Stuttering (repeating sounds or parts of words and the related problems) 
Voice problems (vocal strain and misuse, hoarseness, quiet voice)
Professional Communication (improving word choices, expression of ideas, boice projection)
Accent Reduction (modifying accents of non-native English speakers to improve intelligibility)
Swallowing disorders (difficulty with coughing or choking when eating or drinking)
Problems reading or writing after neurological change
Transgender voice therapy (modifying intonation, rhythm of speech, pitch)

Some typical communication and medical diagnoses that may benefit from Speech Therapy:

Stroke
Brain Injury
Dementia
Parkinson's
Multiple Sclerosis
Myotonic Dystrophy
Stuttering/Fluency