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Where do I find Audiology services?

Public Audiology services are available throughout a number of Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres throughout the province.

Private Audiology services are available through a number of Private Practice clinicians.

It is important to remember that you do not need a physician’s referral to see an Audiologist in Nova Scotia.

Where do I find Speech-Language Pathology services?

Preschool-aged children
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres provides public speech-language pathology services for children up to age 6 who have not entered school. A number of Private Practice Clinicians also provide speech-language pathology for preschool-age children. Just remember, you do not need a physician’s referral to see a Speech-Language Pathologist through Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres or Private Practice Clinicians.

School-aged Population
Speech-language pathology services for students are provided by school-board Speech-Language Pathologists. If you are curious about services for your child, speak with your school’s Principal to see what services are available in your area. To see a listing of contact information for all Amalgamated School Boards, click here.

Adults
Public Speech-Language Pathology services are available for all adults through a number of Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres, as well as a number of Private Speech-Language Pathology services throughout the province. Public Speech-Language Pathology services are available to young adults age 18 or older who are not in the care of an amalgamated school board, up to adults in their golden years.