Speech-Language Pathology

What is it?

Assessing and helping individuals who have difficulties with the production of speech sounds, understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas (language) or difficulty with social interactions. Common areas of focus include articulation, phonology and motor speech disorders, language delays and disorders, including expression and comprehension in oral and non-verbal contexts, fluency disorders, including stuttering, social communication skills, swallowing disorders, pre-literacy and literacy skills including phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension and writing.

Who is it for?

Children, youth and adults of all ages and abilities.

Where is it provided?

Home and community settings such as schools, work environments, day programs, and leisure activity settings, as well as at our KCC office location.

How do I access this service?

Please contact our Intake Coordinator at 403-524-2522


Please contact us to learn about our competitive rates. Services may be covered through extended health care or other insurance plans. Service Support Providers such as FSCD (Family Supports for Children with Disabilities) or PDD (Persons with Developmental Disabilities) or other Government services, may cover the cost of this service for persons who qualify through their programs.