Provincially funded, personalized treatment for better communication
Speech and language — they help us communicate and interact with the world around us. But they also help us to express our unique selves, from belting out a favourite song in the car, to nailing that big job interview and asking the important questions in life.
If you’re concerned that you, your child or your baby is experiencing challenges with speech or language, we can help you get to the root of the issue. Our speech-language pathologists treat every person on an individual level and develop custom plans to help them get their voice back.
Hearing and Speech Nova Scotia offers a variety of speech and language-related services to adults and children.
Speech & language services for adults
Learn about the different types of speech and language challenges common in adults — like motor speech issues, voice disorders and stuttering — and get advice on how to identify them.
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Speech & language services for preschool children
Discover common signs of language delays and disorders in children and get a better understanding of whether your child could benefit from seeing a speech-language pathologist.
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Speech & language tips for babies & toddlers
The early years in a child's life are important for the development of language, speech and literacy. Parents and caregivers are a child's first teachers and play a large role in building their brains and encouraging learning.