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What is Self-Regulation?

Self-regulation is the ability to manage your emotions and behavior in accordance with the demands of a situation. It can also be referred to as emotional regulation or self-control. This includes how we are able to remain calm, react appropriately to different...

Why is it so hard to take the first step? The art and science behind counseling.

Why does it feel so hard to take that first step to improve our wellbeing? To talk to someone or get support? It is common to have mixed feelings about starting therapy and our instincts lead us to stay away from uncomfortable thoughts and feelings. However, life, as...

Sensory Processing: What is it and Why is it Important?

What is Sensory Processing? Sensory processing (or sensory integration) is the effective registration and accurate interpretation of sensory input in the environment (including one's body). It is the way the brain receives, organizes, and responds to sensory input in...

Why Understanding Basic Concepts is Critical to Language Development Across the Ages (Part 1)

Language development Children learn to talk and to understand the world around them through play, listening and interacting with those in their environment and engaging in shared reading and music activities. This is also how they develop their basic concept knowledge...

Your Voice and Making it to Parliament Hill.

Meet Ashish Kopargaonkar, Ph. D candidate, Pharmacology, University of Saskatchewan. Ashish recently completed our accent, stuttering and voice program offered here at the Speech Language Network in Saskatoon. He was dedicated to the training process and his speaking...

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Have Coverage for Therapy Services?

Many insurance providers offer coverage for speech and language therapy, and occupational therapy.

All insurance service providers have unique, individualized plans tailored to each client depending on the needs and/or options chosen by the client/group plan. We strongly encourage you to directly call your insurance provider to enquire whether speech language therapy and/or occupational therapy services with our registered therapists are covered under your personal plan.

The Speech Language Network is not responsible if private insurance companies choose not to reimburse you for our services.  All sessions must be paid either before or at the end of each session, receipts will be provided to you for your records.

The Speech Language Network is an approved service provider under some of the plans offered by the following insurance providers:

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