Speech and Language Pathology

Our speech and language pathologists promote cognitive rehabilitation and improve your communication skills.

Language and speech problems are common symptoms of post-concussion syndrome (PCS). If you’re constantly struggling to find the right words to finish a sentence or express your ideas clearly in a conversation, it’s easy to become frustrated and angry. We can help.

Aphasia Therapy

Aphasia usually occurs after an individual experiences an injury to the head. This typically affects the individual’s ability to express, comprehend, read and write. A Speech and Language Pathologist can assess and treat individuals with Aphasia. A comprehensive assessment is done where impairments to body structures and functions are taken into account as well as co morbid deficits, limitations in participating in activities, contextual environmental and personal factors, and how the injury has impaired the individuals quality of life.

Can I use my health insurance plan?

Yes. Our speech and language pathologists are licensed therapists, which most majour health insurance providers cover. Please check with your insurance provider to see if coverage applies to you.

Refer a Patient

iScope is currently accepting new patients. A referral from your primary care physician or specialist is required for consultations covered by your provincial plan. If you require rehabilitation services a referral is not required.