What do Speech-Language Pathologists do? Speech-Language Pathologists provide assessment and treatment of communication (speech and language) disorders and also assess and manage swallowing. This work is critical to well-being since it focuses on aspects of both communication and nutrition. What Speech-Language Pathology services are provided at Baycrest? In addition to assessment and treatment of communication disorders, Speech-Language Pathologists are often involved when clients have swallowing problems. Through the Swallowing Clinic, our Speech-Language Pathologists provide care for individuals with with swallowing problems through assessment, treatment and counselling, based on best practices and current research. With our knowledge and expertise in dysphagia, our services are tailored to the specific needs of both geriatric clients and people with neurological or medical illnesses. Speech-Language Pathology qualifications Speech-Language Pathologists at Baycrest are regulated professionals, and registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario. Learn more about The Swallowing Clinic at Baycrest here.