The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) at the CDC provides service for children from birth to school entry age.
Ages: 0 to 5 years
The role of a SLP is to help children:
- Be understood by strangers (articulation)
- Understand what others are saying (receptive language)
- Express themself (expressive language)
- Who have feeding and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia)
- Who stutter (dysfluency)
Referrals: Parent/Guardian, doctors, nurse, social workers, and other professionals. Referrals should only be made with parent/guardian knowledge and consent.
For further information, please contact
Child Development Centre
10417 106th Ave, Fort St. John, BC V1J 2M8
250-785-3200 or FAX 250-785-3202