FAQs

This section answers frequently asked questions about SL Hunter Speechworks therapy options, clinic sessions, referrals and conditions. For all other inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact the clinic for further information at 905-637-5522 or 1-877-887-5522. 

Most Popular FAQs

Yes! Social communication plays a big role in the service we provide.

No. But most extended health benefits plans include coverage for SLP services. It’s important to know, though, that we do not bill your EHB provider directly.

As long as there is not a qualified SLP in your area and as long as it’s in your best interest to receive treatment this way, it’s possible. We would need your written consent to do so.

Yes, we are open in the evenings and sometimes on the weekends depending on clinician availability and client demand.

No, we don’t. Mastercard charges more fees to finance the extensive points they offer to clients. What most folks don’t know is that small businesses like ours are paying for those points. We do accept Visa, debit, cash, cheques and e-transfers.

Yes, we provide assessment & amp treatment for all ages!

Our clinic does not provide the baseline testing, but we provide a wide range of individualized treatment options for people with post-concussion difficulties.

Yes! There is a fee for travel and mileage as this time would otherwise be used for in-clinic sessions. We are very mindful of sharing travel costs wherever possible – so if there is more than one client in your area, we try to schedule both clients on the same day to share the travel costs.

We would need to conduct an assessment to determine her needs – treatment goals, approaches and the amount of treatment required are different for everyone - success rates improve when a client is highly motivated.

We have a state of the art voice lab to assist with voice-related changes and experienced clinicians to assist with the other aspects of communication that may be relevant to your transition. We offer both individual and group treatment.

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