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During Covid-19

To comply with federal and provincial health recommendations, including guidelines from the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia (CSHBC), for the Covid-19 pandemic, Citadel Speech and Language Services has gone virtual for uninterrupted support for our clients. As British Columbia continues to lessen restrictions, in-person sessions will be considered on a case to case basis. For up to date information on how to best protect yourself and your family, visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website.


Teletherapy: is it the right fit?

Who is it the right fit for?

  • For families who want uninterrupted support. No need to worry about snow days or pandemics.

  • For families, who want training on how to support their loved one

  • For individuals who are able to attend to session with the support of a caregiver 

  • For families with access to the internet and a device (desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone)

Who is it not the right fit for?

  • Individuals who are not able to attend to the screen and do not have the support of a caregiver.

  •  Caregivers who are not able to participate in the session

  • Poor internet quality or no access to device 


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Treatment and Consultation Services

Citadel Speech and Language Services provides a variety of speech and language services, including and not limited to:

  • Articulation

  • Phonology

  • Stuttering

  • Apraxia/Dyspraxia/Motor Planning

  • Receptive and Expressive Language Delays or Disorders

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disorders (i.e.Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy)

  • Social /pragmatic language

  • Prelinguistic and paralinguistic communication skills (joint attention, eye contact, communicative intent, gestures)

  • Literacy (reading, writing, spelling)

  • Cognitive skills (Attention, Memory, Problem solving, Executive functioning)

  • Feeding (chewing, swallowing, food selectivity/pickiness)

  • Accent Modification


Go to Book Now to schedule a free phone consultation!

Formal Assessment

A formal assessment uses standardized assessments that can provide a comparison to peers. A report detailing findings and recommendations is included. The formal assessment report can be used as part of a comprehensive multi-disciplinary assessment for the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Consultation prior to booking is required to discuss concerns and agree on assessment materials that will be used. Go to Book Now to schedule a free phone consultation!

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