What’s new?

 

    For the latest updates, we invite you to visit our Facebook page where we post interesting articles, communication tips/tricks, and announcements about our programs. 

    Other news and media:

    Wendy Duke, owner/clinic director and speech-language pathologist, speaks with Studio 4 Host Fanny Kiefer about stuttering in children, adult stuttering, causes of stuttering, and stuttering treatment.  Wendy and Fanny also discuss their impressions of the movie “The King’s Speech”. This is a 2 part interview.

     

    Facebook Posts

    We know people who have had a “boatload” of fun on ARC cruises. Great to see it being offered this coming year! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    A fabulous opportunity to get your hearing tested for free at UBC! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    BC residents in long term care deserve better. Sign the position to increase SLP numbers for our most vulnerable citizens ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    www.facebook.com/speechandhearingbc/photos/a.194775620963/10158708982765964/?type=3The majority of BC’s public long-term care residents can’t access SLP services causing many communication health issues to go undiagnosed & untreated.Demand change by signing our petition: bit.ly/3AFOa6f ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    We are thrilled to learn that the government has listened to families and service providers and will not discontinue funding for children with autism after all! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    Stroke does not just affect older people. Thank you for this reminder, After Stroke BCwww.facebook.com/AfterStrokeBC/photos/a.180905642078282/2384184111750413/?type=3Former NCIS star Pauley Perrette had a stroke in September 2021, and in a new interview, the actress gave fans an update on how she's feeling. She emphasized that strokes can happen at any age, explaining: "You can have a stroke AT ANY AGE, which I did not know. Teenagers can have a stroke. Let's all learn from this and take good care of ourselves and others."ow.ly/TUZm50LMyPL#afterstroke #strokeatanyage ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    Attention Canadian Speech students. Deadline for this scholarship is fast approaching! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    Speech and Audiology Canada has a podcast! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    View on Facebook
    We are so excited for this documentary, that will be seen tonight on CNN, celebrating former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords' recovery from aphasia following a gunshot wound to the head, and featuring her speech pathologists, including Fabi Hirsch Kruse, who has a connection to our local SLP community here in BC! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    Excellent launguage-related humour for Fun Friday! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    TBT: our stuttering clinic members took a field trip to Tightrope Theatre for an improv session one year ago! ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook
    Our office will be closed Friday November 11th to remember and respect current and past veterans and others affected by war. ... See MoreSee Less
    View on Facebook

    Columbia Speech & Language Services Inc.

    604-875-9100

    info@columbiaspeech.com

    PLEASE NOTE: WE HAVE MOVED! We are now located at #507 -1755 West Broadway.