Here at Regina Speech Centre we are passionate about families and their power to change their child’s development. We feel families and their relationships are the cornerstone of growth and learning. That’s why we are so excited to bring you this learning opportunity from Dianne Tower, an extremely talented therapist out of British Columbia. She Read More >
Category: Overall Development
Welcome to the Team – Lynn Gore
Lynn Gore Certified Infant Massage Teacher, Triple P Parent Practitioner BSc. in Developmental Disabilities I credit my Mom for some amazing things that have happened in my life. She was and still is a fantastic teacher. She taught me that it is ok to be a strong independent woman, how to be resilient in times Read More >
When Reading Goes Wrong – How a Speech Language Pathologist Can Help
I have answered this question many times over my career, what do Speech Language Pathologists have to do with reading? The answer, to me, is simple. Language and literacy really are two sides of the same coin. We develop the language skills we need for tackling literacy from birth. Sound discrimination starts from the very Read More >
Animal Assisted Therapy at Wild Blue Psychology
Here at Regina Speech Centre we love to share information about the amazing opportunities for therapy that are available in Regina and outlying areas. We believe in our clients having access to innovative therapy approaches offered by skilled and talented professionals, and that’s why we are so excited to have Registered Psychologist Kali Eddy Read More >
Picky eating… When is it too picky?
Picky eating, YIKES, just the phrase gives me stress as a parent. Even though I’m a speech language pathologist with interest, experience and training in feeding; my children aren’t eating eel sushi and steamed greens for every meal. While I feel we have persevered and they are relatively good eaters, nothing is ever perfect, and Read More >
Risky Movement, Sensory Input, and Language … What’s the Connection?
I was recently sitting with a friend and reminiscing about our outdoor adventures in childhood. She shared a story about summers at the lake where she and her cousins (age 5 to 12) would load up the canoes with knives, saws and wood (and bandaids!) and paddle across the lake as a group. There, unsupervised, Read More >
Music Therapy… What is that?
“I know what I was made to do!” I said to my father excitedly, “I want to be a music therapist!” “Great!” replied my father, followed by “What is that?” I gave him a feeble answer at the time and then with full support, my parents saw me off to Ontario to fulfill this newfound Read More >
What to look for when hiring a private speech language pathologist
So you need to hire a private speech language pathologist. You have accessed public services and perhaps you are on a waiting list, or want to supplement the services you are receiving. This has led you down the path of hunting for private speech language pathologist (SLP). Finding the right professional that will help you, Read More >