Our nationally certified (Speech-Language & Audiology Canada) Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Communication Disorders Assistants and support staff work to enhance the quality of life of Nova Scotians with communication disorders at more than 30 sites located across the province.
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres is committed to excellence in client/family care. We are proud of our accreditation by Accreditation Canada.
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres' History
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres was initially established in 1963 by a group of interested citizens in Halifax who felt the need for such a service in their community. Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres has grown to encompass all regions of Nova Scotia and individual centres are located in 25 communities throughout the province. School-aged children receive speech and language services through school boards.
To learn more about the services in your area please click on the location on the map on the "Find a Centre Near You" section.
Audiologists and speech-language pathologists are trained health care professionals who assist people with hearing and speech and language disorders. If you are interested in pursuing a career in these professions more information is available at the School of Human Communications Disorders, Dalhousie University.
In 2001 the Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Clinic became Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres and a new logo was developed in order to better reflect the services we provide to communities throughout Nova Scotia.