Our rates are within the recommended range of the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, and are as follows:
Occupational Therapy rates are as follows:
Tutoring rates are as follows:
Case Management rates are within the limitations of the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario
Please note that all treatment times include direct contact time, discussion with parents (as warranted), photocopying, documentation, and review of home programs.
Our costs cover the time it takes to provide the service, interpretation of the results, documentation, and costs of operating our private practice.
We require 24 hr. notice for all cancellations. The full session will be billed for no-shows and for sessions cancelled within less than 24 hr notice.
We accept payment by cash, cheque, or e-transfer.
If you have extended health benefits (EHB) through your employer, our services are likely covered; however, each EHB provider offers its own benefits and limits. We recommend that you contact your EHB provider to obtain more information about your benefits.
We do not bill EHB providers directly. We will provide you with a receipt, which you can then submit to your EHB provider for reimbursement.
If you have received an assessment within the last 6 months, with your consent, we will obtain the results from the treating Speech-Language Pathologist, so that another assessment does not have to be completed.
The number of sessions will vary based on a number of factors. As a result, we are unable to predict how many sessions you or your child may need. You can discuss this with yourSpeech-Language Pathologist at the time of your first visit.
We will gladly provide written reports and/or letters upon request. Since not everyone needs or wants a report, we give you the option to request one. Report writing is billed at $140 per hour.
Yes and No. You can access both private and public services at the same time as long as there isn’t a conflict of interest. If this is an option you are considering, please discuss it with your Speech-Language Pathologist.
At times, we do have students or volunteers with us, in the office, particularly at the Barrhaven location. They are usually people who are interested in becoming Speech-LanguagePathologists or Communication Disorders Assistants. On occasion, we also supervise Speech-LanguagePathology students from various University programs as they obtain clinical hours towards completion of their degree.