Red Deer Speech Therapy

Red Deer Speech Pathologist with Child

Welcome! You’ve Found Red Deer Speech Therapy

Hey there! Thanks for landing on our little corner of the web. We’re Red Deer Speech Therapy, serving Red Deer, Alberta. We’re all about communication – helping folks of all ages find their voice, and communicate in ways they never thought possible.

Our team is made up of experienced and caring speech-language pathologists. We understand how speech and communication hurdles can make life tough, but don’t worry, you’re not in this alone. We tailor our services to meet your specific needs and help you communicate your thoughts and ideas effectively.

What We Do

So, what can you expect from us? Here’s a sneak peek:

  • Comprehensive Speech and Language Assessments
  • Therapy for Articulation Issues
  • Language Intervention Activities
  • Treatment for Voice Disorders
  • Swallowing Disorder Therapy

Our team of certified speech-language pathologists offers comprehensive, personalized services for individuals of all ages. With our commitment to delivering results-driven treatment, we ensure our clients have the tools and support they need to communicate with confidence.

What is Speech-Language Pathology?

Speech-language pathology is a field dedicated to diagnosing and treating disorders related to speech, language, voice, swallowing, and cognitive-communication. Our speech-language pathologists have expertise in a range of conditions, from stuttering and apraxia to language formulation difficulties and phonological disorders. But our services extend beyond these – we’re here to support all aspects of communication wellness (ASHA, n.d.).


Stuttering, characterized by disruptions or disfluencies in a person’s speech, can affect individuals of all ages. At Red Deer Speech Therapy, we use evidence-based techniques to help our clients manage stuttering and improve their fluency. Our interventions are designed to promote fluent speech, reduce fear and avoidance behaviors, and enhance overall communication effectiveness (NIDCD, 2020).

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

Childhood Apraxia of Speech is a motor speech disorder that affects a child’s ability to produce speech sounds and syllables accurately and consistently. Our approach to CAS combines the latest research with personalized, engaging therapy activities. Through structured practice and repetition, we help children gain the motor coordination needed for clear, intelligible speech (ASHA, n.d.).

Enhancing Communication Across the Spectrum

From assisting toddlers with delayed speech or language development to helping adults regain communication skills following a stroke, our speech-language pathologists are here to help. We also offer specialized services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, using targeted strategies to enhance both verbal and non-verbal communication.

Accent Modification

For those wishing to modify their accent for personal or professional reasons, our team offers dedicated accent modification services. This isn’t about changing who you are, but enhancing your speech clarity and boosting your communication confidence.

Investing in Communication Wellness

At Red Deer Speech Therapy, we believe in the power of communication. We’re dedicated to helping our clients overcome their communication challenges and achieve their goals. Contact us today to learn more about our services and discover how we can support you or your loved one’s communication journey.

Our Promise To You

Here at Red Deer Speech Therapy, we want you to feel at home. We strive to make our clinic a place where you feel safe, welcomed, and ready to make strides in your communication journey. We keep ourselves updated with the latest studies and techniques in our field, and we bring that expertise to you.

Ready to Chat?

Everyone deserves a voice that reflects who they are. At Red Deer Speech Therapy, we’re excited to be a part of your journey to communicate better. If you’re ready to take the next step, or if you’ve got questions about what we do, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here for you.

Call us today at (587) 802-4114