Working Together

Parents and Caregivers

Parents are often the first to know if there are concerns with their child’s communication. Don’t wait to get help! It’s never too early—and your child is never too young—to be seen by a speech-language pathologist.

Parents and caregivers play a key role in successful speech and language therapy. You, your child, and your speech-language pathologist will work as a team. You will be involved at every step of the process, from assessment to discharge.

After assessments and each therapy session, your SLP will suggest activities to do at home with your child. You don’t need a lot of extra time for these activities. Most of them can be done during your daily routines.

Service Coordination

Wee Talk is committed to equitable service for all children across the preschool speech and language system. We ensure each child has the same response time for their initial visit, and can access the same pathways to service, evaluation and therapy.

With your consent, Wee Talk may communicate with other service providers regarding your child’s speech and language needs and goals.

Childcare and Inclusion Support Services

Wee Talk works with licensed childcare centres in the City of Guelph and Wellington County to provide speech and language consultation services in the childcare environment. If your child is being seen by other service providers at their daycare, a Wee Talk speech-language pathologist may join your child’s Inclusion Support Services (ISS) team.

Guelph and Wellington County

Growing Great Kids (GGK) System of Care

GGK is a group of local organizations who provide services for young children in the City of Guelph and Wellington County. These agencies work together to provide coordinated care to meet your child’s and family needs:

Dufferin County

The following agencies in Dufferin County work together to provide coordinated care to meet your child’s and family needs: