At A to Z Therapy Clinic we work with children from the ages of 18 months to 18 years of age. Our model for therapy is designed for the clinician to work collaboratively with parents, teachers, and health care providers to ensure maximum success and carry over of language skills and communication tools that can be applied in any environment. We believe that all services are a piece of a puzzle. All of those pieces must come together, in order to fully develop your child's true potential—from A to Z.
this means the qualified and friendly therapists at A to Z Therapy Clinic will know you, your family and work with you individually to achieve your personal goals
… but we’re well connected.
In fact, you can receive Occupational Therapy (OT) and Speech Therapy (SLP) as joint sessions from A to Z Therapy Clinic. The clincians at A to Z therapy clinic work closely with leading professionals from many other fields including psychologists, teachers, doctors, and many more.
Always getting better as we’re Accredited and Certified
Therapists at A to Z Therapy Clinic are highly qualified, and continually participating in professional learning and development. Accredited in the Hanen Program (It Takes Two to Talk), PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System), Reading with TLC—Lively Letters (multi-sensory program to improve reading and spelling skills)+ More
You get money back.
Claim back through private insurance. A to Z therapy clinic will be happy to assist you with your insurance claims. A receipt will be provided following each session
We understand that life can get busy, so we offer sessions from Sunday to Saturday in our colourful, custom-fitted private therapy clinic. We also provide the flexibility of individual or group sessions, helping to progress from mastering skills individually to using them in everyday life.
Virtual Speech Therapy is also offered.
What is Telepractice?
Telepractice consists of the use of telecommunications technology such as the internet, to provide clinical services from anywhere in Canada. Using telepractice, a speech-language pathologist can provide intervention to a child. We have experience using telepractice to provide both individual sessions and group sessions.