Case History Form
What is Speech Language Therapy?
Speech Language Therapy is the treatment of speech and language problems. This can include; stuttering, lisps, pronunciation problems, social language, early reading and literacy skills, language comprehension, expressive language, etc. We do NOT teach English as an additional language.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapy is the treatment of occupational performance issues. These are any areas in one’s life that they are having trouble managing. This can include; self care activities (i.e. toileting, dressing), fine and gross motor skills, play, social skills, cognition (attention, memory, executive functioning), self-regulation, sensory processing, etc.
What is Social Work/Counseling?
The Social Work practice aims to respond to the needs of individuals, families, groups and communities. Social Work and Counseling services are offered in the following areas; Anxiety / Stress, ADHD / ADD, Behavioural / Mood Changes (Depression), Self-Esteem / Body Image, Adjustment and Transition, Family Support / Advocacy, Self Awareness and Personal Growth, Self Compassion / Confidence, Trauma & Attachment, Relationship Conflicts, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Phobias, Grief and Loss, Gender Identity, Spirituality, Cultural Issues, Abuse, etc.