Reading disabilities impact children with normal IQ, they impact children who come from literacy rich homes, they impact children who are read to every day, and they impact children who are attentive and focused. Reading disabilities do not discriminate they can affect any child. Today I wanted to talk about my personal journey in the Read More >
If a reader is struggling, a good assessment is critical…
Reading is NOT a natural skill, it is a learned skill. There are many things that can make it more difficult to learn to read as reading is an extremely complicated process that takes place in the brain. It requires systematic and explicit instruction to acquire and sometimes there are many factors that can contribute Read More >
Regina Speech Centre is Moving Online.
To our families and community locally: It is with heavy hearts that we’ve made the difficult decision to close our physical clinic site for at least the next three weeks starting on Friday March 20th to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We want to thank you, from the bottom of our hearts. The flexibility Read More >
Now Offering: Adult Speech and Language Therapy Services.
There are many reasons why the services of a speech-language pathologist (SLP) may be needed. Some speech and language problems may be developmental and start in childhood. Others may be acquired and begin later in life. SLPs are trained and skilled to support adult clients in many different ways. We are so pleased and excited Read More >
How Relationships Impact Growth and Development
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 >
And Lastly, We Introduce Ms. Cynthia …
Where are you from? Southwestern Ontario Where did you go to school? University of Ottawa, University of Victoria, University of Alberta Why did you choose to work in the field of speech and language therapy? I loved languages, as I was taking Spanish, French and German. I also have always loved teaching and children. It Read More >
We bring to you…Ms. Amanda McConnell
This week we are featuring the dedicated Ms. Amanda McConnell. She truly is a ray of sunshine and always has a smile on her face. Where are you from? Regina Where did you go to school? High School- Winston Knoll, Undergrad- University of Regina, Masters- University of Alberta Why did you choose to work in Read More >
It’s here! May is Speech and Hearing Month!
I saw the phrase: “We help people communicate, what’s your superpower?” on a colleague’s cup this week and it really stuck with me, as we get ready for May is speech and hearing month. We are so excited and privileged to spend a month raising awareness for those with communication disorders and letting people know Read More >
A Bittersweet First Year Celebration
Today as we celebrated our first anniversary here at Regina Speech Centre, it felt truly bittersweet. This weekend of all weekends, was to be a celebration for us of how family and community came together to help us achieve our dream. Instead, we have spent this weekend feeling truly shaken to the core by the Read More >
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 >