Speech-language pathologists can assess, diagnose, and treat a variety of communication disorders. We offer individualized assessments and treatments for articulation, expressive and receptive language, apraxia and motor speech concerns, social skills, stuttering, accent variations, word finding and narrative skills, voice, resonance, phonological awareness, and literacy.
Occupational Therapists empower and enable people of all ages to address physical and mental limitations. so they can do more and live better each day. Our therapists evaluate strengths and difficulties in fine motor, visual motor, coordination, self care, sensory integration and mental health. They will design interventions that will help you achieve tasks that are essential daily life.
Physical therapists will help restore physical function, movement, and mobility for children who have developmental issues, musculoskeletal, chronic disease, and neurological concerns. our Physical Therapists (PT) travel to homes, schools and communities across Alberta, and also provide virtual consultations.
Our psychologists promote holistic care and long-term results for children and teens with complex developmental profiles. They are highly experienced in diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Learning Disorder, Cognitive or Intellectual Disability, Global Developmental Delay, and Giftedness.
Behavioural consultants work with families and school teams holistically to address challenging behaviours and teach adaptive skills to children and teens so that they are able to function successfully at home and at school. Our primary goal is to improve the quality of life of children and caregivers by facilitating meaningful changes in behaviour.
Our virtual lessons can be done on your own schedule, at a time that works for you. Let us know what your schedule is like, and we’ll happily work around it!
My son doesn’t like new people or crowds so when he first started Chatter he wore sunglasses to help him cope. He no longer requires sunglasses every class and has learned to ask friends “What’s your name?” He’s come a long way since the beginning of September and continues to show increased progress and increased communication skills.Cynthia N.
Parent in North Edmonton Chatter Program™