Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) provide assessment, treatment, and education for disorders of communication and swallowing. They are available to be seen at the McDermot Site, the St. Boniface Site and through Teleoncology.
Some typical communication problems include:
Signs and symptoms can include:
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Speech-language pathologists work closely with physicians, nurses, dietitians, and other health care professionals. They can help you find strategies to have clearer, more audible speech and voice, to make understanding and speaking easier and can provide you with techniques for facilitating memory.
SLPs can also help you understand your eating and swallowing difficulties, provide strategies to make swallowing safer and easier, help you avoid complications of swallowing difficulties, such as weight loss, aspiration and lung infections, improve swallowing skills and oral intake after cancer treatment, improve oral intake after tube feeding, and reduce anxiety around swallowing concerns.
Referrals are accepted from any health care professional.
Call us to arrange an appointment or ask your primary nurse to call us for you.