Colour My Conversation

We live in a very peculiar time. LED lit screens have replaced faces. Text / fonts have replaced audible words and we have replaced eye contact for “eyes down” at our technology devices. Many of us born before 1994 have seen this transformation first hand. We’ve also...

We Talk – Meet Dylan

We Talk – Meet Dylan

Diagnosed with Apraxia of Speech as a child, Dylan has faced major challenges with speech and language throughout his life. Apraxia of speech is a complex motor speech disorder, and it’s one of the most complex challenges a speech language pathologist will encounter.

Speech for a Lifetime of Living

Speech for a Lifetime of Living

Being able to express yourself with confidence and clarity is important. It’s important for building relationships, success at school and work, and it’s key to participating in a community. Simply put, it enriches life. But a person must be able to accurately produce speech sounds in order to speak with clarity and confidence. For some people, clarity and confidence can be a challenge. And speech therapy can help.

The Gift

The Gift

A colleague of mine recently posted this video, and it dusted off a simple but powerful truth about my profession for me. What it revealed was something I always knew, of course. But, as I watched this video, I was reminded how lucky I am.