Our speech-language pathologists offer individualized accent reduction therapy on-line or on-site at your home or office for people of all language backgrounds including Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi, Russian and Spanish.

  • ​​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!

Insurance Reimbursable Speech Therapy at Your Home

Call to schedule an assessment at your home: ​(604) 210-6622

Nexus Speech Therapy offers speech therapy services at home or on-line for children across B.C. with funding from Jordan's Principle.  Contact our Care Coordinator for further information.

  • Listening Skills
  • Reading / Decoding
  • Written Language
  • Social Skills

Our speech therapists treat a variety of speech difficulties including articulation difficulties, unclear speech, phonology, apraxia and motor speech disorders.

Nexus Speech Therapy - Home Service

Nexus Speech Therapy offers in home and online speech therapy for children's in the comfort and safety of your home. Our Speech-Language Pathologists offer in home assessment and speech 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.  Homework, practice materials, and parent training are just some of the services we provide to help your child fulfill their speech, language & learning potential.

nexus speech therapy

Accent Reduction

We provide speech-language therapy treatment for aphasia for seniors in the comfort of their home or nursing home. Speech therapy services include training and support for family members and caregivers.

  • Language Delay
  • Weak Vocabulary
  • Grammar & Syntax
  • Answering questions
  • Story retelling

Therapy for Autism

We offer language therapy programs to improve vocabulary, sentence structure, answering questions, telling a story or personal story and conversation skills.




Speech Therapy for 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

               Language Delay

​​Unclear Speech

Jordan's Principle

  • ​​Written Language
  • ​Paragraph Writing
  • Narrative Skills
  • Apraxia of Speech
  • Motor-Speech Impairment
  • ​Tongue thrust


Head Office: 7404 King George Blvd. Suite 200

Surrey, British Columbia, V3W 1N6

tel.: 604 210 6622



Therapy for Aphasia & Brain Injury

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.

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:

Speech & Language Therapy for Children

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

We offer speech therapy services on-line or at your home to treat the following:

  • Unclear Speech
  • Articulation 
  • Phonology
  • Motor Speech Disorder
  • Stuttering
  • Sight Word Recognition
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Spelling

Assessment & Individualized Virtual Speech Therapy at Your Home

  • Sound symbol awareness
  • ​​Decoding
  • Phonological Awareness

Unclear Speech

Our speech therapists treat a variety of speech difficulties including articulation difficulties, unclear speech, phonology, apraxia and motor speech disorders.

Jordan's Principle Funding for Speech Therapy 

Nexus Therapy provides speech therapy services to First Nations Children with speech therapy funding approved through Jordan's Principle in the comfort of their home or school in locations across B.C. including Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, Langley, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Delta, Tsawassen, Chilliwack and Northern Areas.

Jordan's Principle Funding:

• Funds health, social and education products, supports and services for First Nations children across Canada, including British Columbia.

• Applies to all public services, including services that are beyond the normative standard of care to ensure substantive equality, culturally appropriate services and to safeguard the best interests of the child.

• Provides payment for needed services by the government or department that first receives the request.


Jordan's Principle is available to all First Nations children in Canada.

The current eligibility criteria under Jordan's Principle include:

• First Nations children registered under the Indian Act, living on or off reserve;

• First Nation children entitled to be registered under the Indian Act;

• First Nation children without Indian Act status or not eligible for Indian Act status who live off-reserve but are recognized as members by their Nation, who have urgent and/or life-threatening needs;1

• Any Indigenous child who is ordinarily resident on reserve.

In British Columbia, all First Nations children 0-18 years with an identified need for a health or social service, product or support are eligible, including services beyond the normative standard of care, regardless of their health or social status, or place of residency (on- or off-reserve).  

What products, services and supports are included?

Jordan's Principle responds to unmet needs of First Nations children no matter where they live in Canada.

Under Jordan's Principle, the federal government can:

• inform families about the help available for their child and how to access it

• coordinate access to products, services and supports

• provide funding not available through FNHA to make sure products, services and supports are accessed without delay

Each child's situation is unique. Please confirm coverage in advance with your regional representative for Jordan's Principle.

Some examples of what has been funded under Jordan's Principle include:


• therapeutic services for individuals or groups: speech therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy

  • occupational therapy

  • mobility aids

• wheelchair ramps

• addiction services

• services from Elders

• mental health services

• specialized hearing aids

• traditional healing services

• services for children in care

• assessments and screenings

• transportation to appointments

• medical supplies and equipment

• long-term care for children with specialized needs


• social worker

• land-based activities

• personal support worker

• specialized summer camps

• respite care (individual or group)

• specialized programs based on cultural beliefs and practices


• school supplies

• tutoring services

• teaching assistants

• specialized school transportation

• psycho-educational assessments

• assistive technologies and electronics

Who can make a request under Jordan's Principle?

A request for a child or children in the same family or with the same guardian can be submitted by:

• a parent/guardian of a First Nations child;

• a First Nations child, or Indigenous child ordinarily resides on reserve, at the Age of Consent (Note: a child at the age of consent can make decisions on their own about the care they need. Age of consent in BC is 16); or

• an authorized representative of the child, parent or guardian.

o written or verbal consent must be provided by the parent or guardian

Note: An authorized representative is a person (individual or organization) that the requester has given written permission (authorized) to act on their behalf (represent) with respect to the Jordan's Principle request.

A request for a group of children from multiple families or guardians can be submitted by:

a parent/guardian of First Nations children or Indigenous children ordinarily resident on reserve; or
a community; or
a community organization; or
a Service Navigator.

Who do children or families contact to get access to services and support? 

Jordan's Principle requests can be submitted to a ISC BC Regional Focal Point:

Ashley Dunsmore: 778-951-0716 | sac.principedejordancb-bcjordansprinciple.isc@canada.ca
Caleb Lam: 778-951-0716 | sac.principedejordancb-bcjordansprinciple.isc@canada.ca
Alison Atherton: 778-951-0716 | sac.principedejordancb-bcjordansprinciple.isc@canada.ca
Vincent Dong: 778-951-0716 | sac.principedejordancb-bcjordansprinciple.isc@canada.ca
Karen Lee: 778-951-0716 | sac.principedejordancb-bcjordansprinciple.isc@canada.ca

For all payment inquiries: sac.paiementsprincipedejordancb-bcjordansprinciplepayments.isc@canada.ca

For First Nations Health Authority Child and Youth Systems Navigators:
1-866-913-0033 | jordans.principle@fnha.ca

Those requesting or receiving products, supports or services under Jordan's Principle in BC can call the federal government at any time. 

To report a Jordan's Principle case directly to the federal government call centre, please call the 24-hour line or visit www.canada.ca/jordans-principle.

     • English:  1-855-JP CHILD (1-855-572-4453)

     • French: 1-833-PJ ENFAN (1-833-753-6326)

     • TTY: 1-866-553-0554

Please note: Individual requests will receive an evaluation and determination within 48 hours and group requests within 7 days, upon receipt of all necessary documentation.

Urgent requests will be assesse
d within 12 hours for individuals and 48 hours for groups.  

Find out if Jordan's Principle can help a child you know.