​​Speech & Language Therapy Services


Speech-language delays and disorders when left untreated, can affect the child’s ability to interact with others and his or her quality of life. A communication difficulty can limit the child’s educational and career potential and affect the child every day of his or her life. 


Our pediatric focused Speech Pathologists provide speech therapy and language therapy to address a broad range of issues including difficulties with the following:


  • ​​Inter-dental lisp
  • Lateral lisp
  • the 'R' sound

Is your child having difficulty with his/her speech, language or literacy development? We are here to help!

Speech Therapy Services for Children & Adults

Experience the Benefits of Speech Therapy at Home, School or Daycare

  • Language Delay
  • Weak vocabulary
  • Grammar & Syntax
  • Answering questions
  • Story telling

​​​Speech Therapy At Home or Daycare


Nexus Speech Therapy offers speech therapy and behaviour intervention for children in the comfort of your home. We offer in home assessment and therapy services to address a variety of language and communication concerns.  We work collaboratively with parents and care givers to develop a customized therapy plan to meet the individual needs of each child.  Our therapists bring the necessary materials and activities to make speech therapy fun and engaging.  Home work practice materials and parent training are an integral part of the services we provide to help your child meet their speech, language & learning potential.

We provide in home speech therapy in the following locations:



N E X U S   S P E E C H   T H E R A P Y

Funding for First Nations Children

​Jordan's Principle


Nexus Therapy provides speech therapy and behaviour intervention to First Nation's Children with speech delay, learning disabilities, ADHD, ASD and special needs who have been approved for funding through Jordan's Principle.  Our speech therapists and speech-language assistants offer speech therapy services to children in the comfort of their home or school location in Vancouver and the lower mainland. 


We also provide speech therapy, parent and educator training and speech pathology collaboration to First Nations Schools and Communities in northern and remote locations via our secure tele-practice platform. 


Contact Nexus Therapy for further information on the services we offer and how to apply for speech therapy funding through Jordan's Principle.


  • Unclear Speech
  • Articulation 
  • Phonology
  • Motor Speech 
  • Stuttering
Speech Therapy for Children with Autism


Nexus Therapy offers speech therapy and behaviour intervention at home or daycare for children with autism spectrum disorder.​Treatment is available to address variety of difficulties prevalent among children with autism including:



  • Language comprehension
  • Following Directions
  • Transitioning 
  • Vocabulary 
  • Listening Comprehension
  • Expressive Language
  • Answering Questions
  • Telling a Story
  • Play Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Conversation Skills
  • ​Pecs / AAC
  • Speech Delay
  • Articulation Difficulties
  • ​Phonological Delay
  • Vancouver
  • Richmond
  • ​Burnaby

T H E R A P Y    I N    T H E    C O M F O R T    O F    Y O U R     H O M E

Unclear Speech

​​​​Late Talkers & Language Delay



Some children between 1-2 years of age take a little longer in the beginning to develop language skills but then catch up to other children their age by the time they are 3-4 years old. 

Some late talkers, however, have a persistent language delay or language impairment that follows them year to year.  Such children develop language skills at a much slower rate and often continue to lag behind other children in language and academic performance over the long term.  A language impairment typically follows into adult hood and can impact on access to post-secondary education and opportunities for work.  
Scientific evidence shows that children who receive proper treatment fair better than those who do not.

  • Surrey
  • Delta
  • ​New Westminster
  • Apraxia of Speech
  • Motor-Speech Impairment
  • ​Tongue thrust

By age 4 a child is expected to be understandable to others 90% of the time.  There are different reasons why some children have trouble with speaking clearly.  Difficulties with speaking clearly and not being understood can leave a child feeling frustrated and impact on their self confidence.  A Speech-language pathologist will start by conducting a speech evaluation to better understand the nature of the child's speech difficulty and develop an individualized treatment plan.  ​Parent education and training is provided to ensure maximal support at home and to facilitate faster progress.

We treat the following:

Reading & Literacy


Children who begin speaking late may continue to lag behind their peers in language and be at greater risk for academic and reading difficulties once they start school.  Challenges with reading are also fairly common among children with average language skills.  Difficulty with decoding and reading comprehension impacts on a child's ability understand the school curriculum as well as their performance on written tests and assignments.


Our licensed Speech Pathologists provide in home language and literacy assessments to identify areas of need and provide customized treatment programs to help children experiencing difficulties with the following:


  • Sound symbol awareness
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Decoding


  • Coquitlam
  • Langley
  • ​Maple Ridge
  • ​​Written Language
  • Narrative Skills

Assessment & Individualized Treatment at Your Home, School & Day Care

  • Listening Skills
  • Following Directions
  • Reading​
  • Spelling
  • ​Social Skills
  • ​​Decoding
  • Sight word recognition
  • Spelling

​​​​​Call our Care Co-ordinator: (604) 210-6622

& Find out how our Speech Therapists can help