How do I know if we need Speech Therapy?
If you notice difficulty with speech or receive a recommendation for speech therapy from your health professional, you should find a Speech Therapist. If you're unsure you can always Contact Us and we can have a call to discuss the details and appropriate next steps.
Is it too early for me to worry about my child's speech?
Early difficulties that are ignored can sometimes result in long-term problems with speech, reading, writing and overall learning. Early intervention is important to ensure that your child receives the assessment and follow-on care they need to achieve their full communicative potential.
Will my insurance cover Speech Therapy?
Speech therapy is covered by most private and corporate insurance plans. If speech therapy is not covered under your plan, you may be eligible for the options below:
President's Choice Children's Charity (PCCC)
Jennifer Ashleigh Children's Charity
How often should I schedule appointments?
SpeechAim team is available for weekday and weekend appointments. Frequency of appointments may depend on your communication needs and goals. Please consult your assigned speech therapist for availability.
Do we need a referral from a doctor?
SpeechAim is available for appointments on weekdays and weekends. Please consult your therapist depending on availability.
How often can we connect to discuss progress?
Our goal is to provide you and your loved one with the best care possible! If at any time you have a question or want to provide feedback, please send us an email or call us directly. We are always happy to help.
How long until I start to see results?
Each person is unique; we discuss observations and rate of progress after each session. Our goal is to provide a holistic approach to speech therapy, examining every possible contributing factor and providing feedback to help our clients in the best way we can.
How long will we need Speech Therapy?
The length of therapy depends on the problem and progress both during and outside the sessions. We provide materials and strategies to practice at home to help improve the results beyond in-therapy progress.