What is Speech and Language Therapy? (SLT)
Speech and Language therapy at Lansdowne Children's Centre focuses on helping infants and children develop their communication skills. Communication includes speech sound production, understanding and producing language and using language to interact with others.
Areas we work on in speech and language therapy:
Understanding words and sentences
Using words and putting words together
Using language to interact with others
Making speech sounds
Feeding and swallowing concerns
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What is a Speech-Language Pathologist?
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) at Lansdowne provide assessment and treatment for infants and children with communication delays or disorders, or feeding and swallowing concerns.
What is a Communicative Disorders Assistant?
A Communicative Disorders Assistant (CDA) at Lansdowne provides speech and language intervention under the supervision of a SLP.