Since the 1980s, a common diagnosis or label used by Speech Language Pathologists to identify children with language learning difficulties was Specific Language Impairment (SLI). After discussion and debate in the medical, health and education communities, a new term h...

A lot of adults that come to us for accent modification reveal they have low confidence because of their accent. They often feel they will be judged for having an accent or that they will be restricted in their careers because of negative perceptions of others related...

June 14, 2019

Andalusia Speech Therapy's Jenny Mercurio made the front page of CityTV news in Toronto while celebrating the historic 2019 Raptors NBA Finals win!!! Go Jenny and go Raps! We tHe NoRtH!

Fluids are good for our children’s bodies…but not their hearing. There are several reasons why an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Doctor may recommend a myringotomy; putting small tubes through the eardrums of young children. These include:

  • Re-occurring ear infections

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It’s easy to get confused by official titles that aren't clear! This month, we’re explaining some common industry terms to help you better understand the professionals involved in managing speech and language disorders. 

What is a Speech Language Pathologist?

  • SLPs: S...

Many people believe that boys are more delayed than girls in terms of speech and language abilities, but is there evidence to support this? This month, we are digging deeper into the research to determine if boys are really more delayed than girls.

Our Question:

Does bei...

Learn more about the differences between accents and dialects!

Was your baby born prematurely? Did you know premature birth can affect speech and language development? We consulted the research to find out exactly what's known.

Infants born prematurely (<37 weeks) or of low birth rate (<2.5 grams) are at a much greater risk of expe...

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