We empower and support individuals and families to overcome barriers, live well and do the things that they love to do.

Our Mission

Movin’ Mountains Therapy Services provides therapy for children and adults through empowerment, play and function.  We believe that the small successes attained during therapy sessions translate into big victories when out in the real world.

We work with individuals of all ages and abilities. Our focus is on children and youth with a variety of developmental and complex conditions. We also support adults who require Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, as well as functional and/or neurological rehabilitation.  Our services for children are play-based and delivered in a specially tailored facility. Our services for adults are supportive and sensitive to the needs of the individual.

The MM team aims to improve access, coordinate treatment, and focus on results for families and individuals with developmental delays, chronic conditions and changing needs throughout their lifespan. Our therapists are all under one roof in order to provide easy and timely access to the professional that best meets your needs when you need the service.

For all of our sessions you can be guaranteed a strategy that results in moving you closer to your personal goals.  We are in the business of seeing individuals, children and families thrive.  

We are driven by 4 core values that guide our interactions:

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  1. Be Playful
  2. United We Can Do Great Things
  3. Be Graceful, Be Kind
  4. Do Our Best

The Powerful Play of “Taking Turns” in Speech Language Therapy

I am always looking for strategies to help my clients with their speech therapy goals.  One resource I find really helpful is the Hanen Centre, a Canadian charitable organization that works globally to support parents, caregivers educators and SLPs.  One really important technique to help children learn language is the “back and forth” play or the “taking turns” strategy. Having a back-and-forth conversation with a child may seem like a small thing, but it has a big impact on their language skills.

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