Prevention Speech

Prevention Speech Isalnd Health

This program provides speech and language services to infants, toddlers and preschool children.  

Services - Greater Victoria

  • assessments
  • individual therapy
  • parent training for home programs
  • parent course:  Early Language Stimulation

To receive services, children must have only speech and/or language delays or disorders and be preschool aged – not yet eligible for kindergarten.

Children with developmental disabilities and children who are deaf or hard of hearing are not served by this program.

Services - Nanaimo

Children are assessed and intervention may be provided using a variety of methods including:

  • consultation sessions with family
  • parent groups targeting vocabulary building
  • individual therapy
  • play-based intervention

General Information on Prevention Speech

Referral Required?
Not required

Locations

Ladysmith Community Health Centre

Ladysmith Community Health Centre

1111-4th Avenue
PO Box 10
Ladysmith, B.C. 
V9G 1A1

250-739-5777

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Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

2400 Arbutus Rd
Victoria, B.C.
V8N 1V7

250-519-5390

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Sointula Health Centre

#25 - 2nd St
Sointula, B.C. 
V0P 2E0

250-973-2373

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