SpeechWorks helps people to speak and understand!
Speech-Language Pathology helps children, teens and adults. At SpeechWorks, we serve people who have had strokes or brain injuries. They may have aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria or cognitive-linguistic communication disorder. They may have trouble with attention, memory… even swallowing! We also support people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. In addition, we help people with autism, social communication disorder, fetal alcohol syndrome, or cerebral palsy. Our voice specialist can help with vocal fatigue, voice disorders and transgender voice therapy. We help anyone with a communication disorder!
SpeechWorks can provide services in both English and French. We understand bilingual speech and language disorders. If you speak another language, we can work with a translator.
Our services include one-on-one testing and treatment. In addition, we work with the whole family to understand the communication disorder. We also do public speaking, program development, and research. Lastly, we run therapy groups.
At the moment, we are running two therapy groups. StoryTelling helps adults who have had a stroke or other brain injury. Connect & Communicate helps children who struggle with social language, including children with autism.
SpeechWorks has offices in Winnipeg and La Broquerie, MB. We can also come to you, or use telehealth to see you at home! Telehealth allows us to reach you in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, the Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut.
How Speech-Language Pathology helped:
SpeechWorks helped me thirty-five years after my stroke. I’m more confident and more engaging in conversation.
– Kevin Doyle
I’m improving all the time. Without the StoryTelling program I wouldn’t talk.
Claude had a massive stroke. We wanted him to communicate, build his confidence, and feel worthy once again. Our expectations were exceeded and well beyond. SpeechWorks gave Claude back his life!
– Darlene, Claude’s wife
My son has fewer temper tantrums because he can make himself understood now!
– Jay Wilson, parent
individual or group Speech-Language Pathology services
children * teens * adults
English * français