Speech Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) can help in many ways. Communication skills affect all aspects of a person's life.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists (OTs) aim to help every person participate in life to their full ability.

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Psychology

Psychologists are trained professionals who can help in many ways to ensure the well-being of an individual or family.

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Welcome to Connecting Dots!

Connecting Dots is a family centered agency in Calgary, Alberta. We provide support for children, youth and parents in their natural environments, such as home, school or local communities. We help families learn and grow to meet their potential. Connecting Dots has a caring, functional approach to working with children and their families.

If your child needs help in one or more of our service areas, Connecting Dots will work with you to put together the best combination of services required to meet their specific needs. All supports are provided on a fee-for-service basis. Support is offered in your family’s home or local community. No referral is needed to access our services.

Meet our team!

Sara Turner
M.Sc.(A), R.SLP, SLP(C)

Sara is a certified member of Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC).

Elizabeth Beaugrand
MScOT, R.OT

Elizabeth has a wide variety of skills and over 10 years of experience and expertise working with children and young adults.

Claudia Ng
M.C., R. Provisional Psych

Claudia has over 10 years of experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental challenges.

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Why Connecting Dots?

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Check out our blog!

Connecting with Kindergarten: Who Teaches What?

By: Elizabeth Wotherspoon

Kindergarten can be a controversial and/or…

Connecting with Kindergarten: Are They Ready?

By Elizabeth Wotherspoon

In my experience, a big stressor for parents…

Connecting to Literacy Through Wordless Books

By: Elizabeth Wotherspoon

It’s FINALLY time to read your bedtime…

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