Papillon Family Health

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Why choose Papillon For Speech therapy?

Long History of Serving Local Community

Since our inception in 2009 Papillon Family Health has listened closely to our families.   Based on their feedback we expanded our ABA therapy services to include Speech and Occupational Therapy.    This  reflects our commitment to providing comprehensive, integrated care.

Two Convenient Locations

By offering these services together in both our locations, we offer a convenient solution to those families that need a combination of services.  We have a location in Mississauga (Meadowvale) and one in downtown Brampton.

Integrated Care for Comprehensive Development

Our speech therapists collaborate closely with ABA and Occupational therapists to craft tailored therapy solutions that address different aspects of a child’s development. This coordinated approach not only simplifies scheduling for families but also enhances the effectiveness of the therapies.

Complimentary Call

We offer a complimentary introductory phone call where you can ask questions about our therapy services, pricing, learn more about our therapists and our clinics.

Locations Near You

We offer ABA, SLP, and OT services at our Meadowvale Mississauga clinic and downtown Brampton clinic as well as on line or virtual.

What is Speech And Language Therapy?

Speech and Language Therapy can help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to develop relationships with others, improve their academic capabilities and aid them to function in many aspects of their daily lives.

Building Communication Skills

At Papillon Family Health we work on communication with every child, whether they are pre-verbal, non-verbal, or have some level of verbal ability. Speech and Language Therapy is a wonderful complement to Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). Our specialists collaborate on the ideal program for each child’s unique needs. The speech and language pathologist (SLP) can aid with identifying any secondary diagnosis of learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and apraxia of speech. They also assist families with techniques to support communication development at home.

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What does Speech and Language Therapy involve?

An SLP is trained to work with children from toddlers through to adolescents. Their work involves refining spoken language, improving non-verbal communication, or introducing new communication methods such as sign language, picture communication, or adaptive devices.  Our SLPs are also experienced working with Children with ASD can often experience speech and language delays and difficulties.


The SLP will begin by assessing the child to identify the individual difficulties and needs.   For our ABA and OT clients we will then work with the ABA therapy  and OT team and family to form a collaborative learning program that benefits the child and can inform and support home learning and other activities.

Communication And Social Skills

The SLP can help the child with articulation, reading and writing, vocal difficulties, motor speech, phonological awareness and learning disabilities. Communication skills are an important element of social interaction that will benefit interactions at home, at school and reinforce other elements of the therapy plan.

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Every child is different and requires an approach designed to suit their unique needs and the SLP may integrate the following targets into the therapy program:

  • Social interactions in a variety of settings
  • Appropriate communication responses and behaviours
  • Taking turns in conversations
  • Transitioning between social settings
  • Accepting changes
  • Expanding interests
  • Improving reading and writing capabilities

Locations and Methods of Care

At Papillon we offer Speech and Language Therapy within both our clinics (Meadowvale Mississauga and downtown Brampton) and virtually. 

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