CHATTY THERAPY

We help adults' speech & language.

 

We give therapy. We help adults talk and understand better. We want to help adults connect and communicate with important people. 

Who do we help?

Speech-language pathologists can help. We help adults with troubles: 
  • Speaking

  • Getting other people to understand their talking

  • Finding words

  • Asking questions

  • Answering questions

  • Understanding others

  • Writing

  • Reading

  • Using the telephone

  • Having conversations with family, friends and strangers

  • Explaining or discussing complex ideas

  • Telling stories

We help adults with: 
  • Aphasia (loss in communication after stroke or brain injury)

  • Anomia (word finding)

  • Apraxia

  • Dysarthria

  • Alexia

  • Parkinson's Disease 

  • ALS

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Neurological disorders

  • More 

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+1 587-316-9877

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What do we do?

We are speech-language pathologists and speech therapists.

We give therapy. We help with:
  • Talking and speaking

  • Speech (sounding clear)

  • Understanding 

  • Having conversations 

  • Finding Words

  • Reading

  • Writing

  • Using other methods of communication

We work on what is important to you. We help you with your needs.

For example:
  • Talking to partners, children or grandchildren 

  • Getting the right words "out"

  • Ordering coffee or food

  • Explaining emotions and feelings

  • Talking about memories

  • Reading the news 

  • Reading interesting books

  • Explaining to others about your communication challenges and how to help

 

Where is the therapy?

We come to your home

Or we can meet on a computer or tablet. We can use Zoom

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What does it cost?

1 hour of therapy $140 
45 minutes of therapy $110 
30 minutes of therapy $80 

Additional Travel Fee ($50/hr)

 

How to get started

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1) Book a FREE Consultation

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2) Fill out forms

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3) Start therapy.

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