A Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is the team member who provides assessment and treatment for issues related to voice, communication, and swallowing. Individuals and families may seek support from an SLP in the following areas:

- Speech clarity
- Voice (ie. quiet voice or pitch, quality issues)
- Changes to your ability to read or write
- Comprehension of what others are saying
- Word finding issues (struggling to find the right word)
- Memory or other cognitive concerns
- Participating in conversation
- Social language skills
- Effective and safe swallowing

The SLP works with family members to establish shared goals and to discuss supports that will enhance speech, language, communication or swallowing skills at home and in the community.

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Legion Veterans village, 101 - 10626 City Parkway
V3T 4C7


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369 Terminal Ave, 101
Vancouver, BC
V6A 4C4

(604) 732-8500

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100-775 Topaz Ave,
V8T 4Z7


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