Services of a Speech-Language Pathologist
Speech-Language Pathologists have advanced level training in Hanen certifications for parent education, apraxia treatment methods such as PROMPT, literacy foundational skills, infant toddler communication delays, and designing Alternative and Augmentative Communication Systems (AAC). Our SLP's are trained to provide ADOS assessments and can provide a range of specialized assessments and intervention plans.
SLP’s work collaboratively with clients to address a range of communication disorders including:
Articulation of Speech Sounds
Alternative and Augmentative Communication
Word finding and retrieval
Apraxia, dysarthria and motor speech
Speech-language pathologists are registered with the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists in Alberta (ACSLPA) and also maintain membership in associations such as the Speech Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) and The American Association of Speech Language Pathologists (ASHA).
Khan Communication Services provides practicum and research experiences for students studying speech-language pathology at University of Alberta, McGill University, Minot State University and more. We also host students in the assistant programs at Grant MacEwan College in Alberta.