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Vancouver Address:


Nexus Speech Therapy Home Service

a Division of Nexus Therapy

Address: 1090 Homer St #300, Vancouver, BC V6B 2W9


​TEL: 604 210 6622

​​admin@nexustherapy.ca


Does my child need speech therapy?

  • Speech / Articulation Delay
  • Programs for Pre-Schoolers
  • Apraxia / Motor speech disorder
  • Language Delay
  • Stuttering
  • Learning Disability / Dyslexia
  • Autism Services
  • Voice
  • Accent reduction
  • Corporate Communication

Nexus Speech Therapy Home Service

Speech Language Therapy Services


Office Hours in Vacouver, B.C.

Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 9:00 pm.

Saturday: 9:00 - 6:00 pm.

Sunday: 9:00 - 5:00 pm

Parents should contact a Speech-Language Pathologist or registered speech therapist directly if they have any concerns regarding their child's speech, language, or social skills.  A doctor's referral is not required.


Contacting a Speech-Language Pathologist is recommended if a child is not meeting social, speech, language milestones or literacy expectations that would be expected for their age.


Contacting a 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.

(604) 210-6622


NEXUS THERAPY

Head Office: 7404 King George Blvd. Suite 200

Surrey, British Columbia, V3W 1N6

tel.: 604 210 6622


​admin@nexustherapy.ca

www.speechtherapistvancouver.ca

Nexus Speech Therapy Home Service, is a private practice of Speech Language Pathologists registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC offering in home speech therapy in Vancouver, West Vancouver and North Vancouver.


We believe in personalized care based on your language and communication concerns.  Our traveling speech language pathologists are guided by a family centered approach to therapy that involves educating and training parents and teachers to help their children generalize the skills they have learned in therapy to locations outside of the clinical environment.