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Indigenous Child Services 

Chad Clower Speech-Language Pathologist Professional Corporation would like to acknowledge that we are in Robinson-Superior Treaty territory and that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg and the Metis.  Further, we would like to acknowledge all traditional territories across Ontario and Canada. 



*During the current COVID 19 Pandemic, we are providing face-to-face & virtual services through a secure platform
CC SLP PC prides itself in providing culturally sensitive and appropriate speech, language and communication services. 
We currently have two Indigenous SLPs on staff (Kate Clower and Halle Demchuk) that are passionate about providing unique and culturally sensitive services and support. 
  • Is your Child Indigenous?
  • Has your child been identified as requiring speech & language Services?
  • Is your child currently on a waitlist?
  • Is your child receiving no services?
  • Are your child's needs not being met?
 We can help!
 We are a Jordan's Principle vendor. 
 What is Jordan's Principle? 

 Jordan's Principle makes sure all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services  and supports they need, when they need them. Funding can help with a wide range of health, social and  educational needs, including the unique needs that First Nations Two-Spirit and LGBTQQIA children and youth  and those with disabilities may have. Jordan's Principle is named in memory of Jordan River Anderson. He  was a young boy from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba. (

 Speech & language services are supported under this legislation.

Please click on the below link for more detailed information:

 What do we do?


  • Assist families, schools and organizations to obtain appropriate paperwork & documents

  • Support families, schools & organization to complete documents 

  • Submit Jordan's Principle applications 

  • Upon approval of application, provide speech & language services for the following:

Pediatric/Pre-School population (birth - 3:11 months):

-tongue tie
-dysphagia management
-emerging speech and language skills
-pre-literacy skills
-social/pragmatic skills
-parent education/training
-as well as all other areas listed below

Child/Adolescent/School population (Age 4 - 17:11 months):

-Developmental delay/Intellectual disabilities
-Developmental Dyspraxia
-Cerebral Palsy
-Cochlear Implants

-Hard of Hearing
-Central Auditory Processing Disorder
-Selective Mutism
-Person who stutters/Dysfluency
-Cleft Lip & Palate
-Tongue Tie
-Autism Spectrum Disorder
-Down syndrome
-Williams syndrome

-Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
-Alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder
-Fragile X syndrome
-Angleman syndrome
-Velocardiofacial syndrome
-Other genetic syndromes/diagnoses
-Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion
-Acquired Brain Injury/Traumatic Brain Injury
-Motor Vehicle Accident
-Brain tumors


What: Provide assessment and treatment for ...
    -Apraxia of speech 
    -Voice banking


    -Auditory comprehension/Receptive Language 
    (understanding verbal/written information, following directions, word classes)
    -Literacy (pre-reading skills, reading comprehension, rhyming, syllables, word counting, segmentation, phoneme identification)

    -Reading & Reading comprehension
    -Verbal expression 
    (word structure, grammar, vocabulary, sentence structure)
    -Written expression
    -Pragmatics/Social communication


    -Working memory
    -Executive functioning
    -Problem Solving


    -Individualized treatment plans
    -Tableside swallowing assessments
    -Diet modification & plans
    -Oral mechanism examination
    -Oral motor plans


    -Static devices (day planners, communication cards/boards, memory books)
    -Dynamic devices (iPad/iPhone, Dynavox, Tobii, Proloquo2go/Touch Chat) 
    -Voice amplification
    -Device programming/modification
    -Voice banking


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