Expert Speech Therapy Care

In the Comfort of Your Home​

nexus therapy

(604) 210-6622


Head Office: 7404 King George Blvd. Suite 200

Surrey, British Columbia, V3W 1N6

tel.: 604 210 6622


For immediate assistance, call us 9 am - 8 pm at: 604 210 6622

Speech-Language Therapy 

Speech / Articulation Therapy

Language Therapy

Apraxia / Motor speech disorder

Stuttering Therapy

​Reading & Literacy

Learning Disability / Dyslexia

Autism Services 

Social skills

Voice Therapy

Accent Reduction Therapy

Corporate Communication

Swallowing / Dysphagia

Why People Choose our Speech Therapists

Nexus Therapy provides speech-language evaluation and treatment services for children through to adults in the comfort of their home, school, daycare or office in in the greater metropolitan region of Vancouver including: North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, Richmond, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, New Westminster, Porty Moody and Abbotsford. 

Our experienced therapists believe in personalized assessment and care based on your language and communication concerns. By using evidence-based practices, and a client-centered approach, our therapists strive to help our clients achieve maximal success.  We do this by providing: 1) accessible services in the comfort and convenience of the home, school, day care, long term care or office setting; 2) inclusive services that support the client, care-givers and family members;  and 3) quality services supported by research, sensitivity to our client's needs and professionalism.

Nexus Therapy offers individualized assessment and treatment in various areas including: articulation / speech delays, apraxia, motor speech disorders, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder, receptive language delay, expressive language delay, stuttering, aphasia, brain injury, learning disabilities, reading, written language, voice, dysphagia, swallowing and accent reduction. ​Impairments in the previously listed areas may in some cases be related to neurological impairments associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, or Down's Syndrome.  Children and adults with typical neurological development may also experience difficulty in these areas as well.

Parents should contact a registered Speech-Language Pathologist or speech therapist directly if they have any concerns regarding their child's speech, language, voice, or social skills, or if their child is not meeting social, speech-language milestones, learning or literacy expectations that are appropriate for their age.  A doctor's referral is not required.

Contacting a speech therapist is also recommended when a child is continually hoarse, frustrated when speaking, repeating sounds, syllables or words, is behind in reading and spelling, or  having difficulty with paying attention in school.