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  • Genna Nichol

Happy Holidays from Aspire Speech!

Dear Clients,

It is hard to believe that another year is coming to an end and the Christmas holidays are upon us! It is at this point in the year that we often take time to reflect on all the people and things we are grateful for, including the experiences we have had and the challenges we have overcome.

This year marks the first full year Aspire Speech has been in business providing speech and language services in the Muskoka Parry Sound region. Although it has been a challenging year with the pandemic, we are grateful to have been able to continue providing quality service and grow. Growth has come in many forms, including personal growth, learning the world of teletherapy, new contracts, and expanding the team with the hiring of a Communicative Disorders Assistant, the lovely Olivia Coleman. This growth would not have been possible without you, our amazing clients. We want to take a moment to thank each and every one of you for your support, patience and trust in our new business during unprecedented times. Even as Simcoe Muskoka moves into the red zone, we are grateful that you trust us to continue providing a safe environment online and in-person with safety protocols in place to protect us all. We wish you good health and strength from knowing we will get through this together.

As we move into 2021, we have exciting opportunities to grow Aspire Speech and develop new partnerships within our community. New fees effective January 4, 2021 will help us meet those goals and provide you with even more services. We look forward to continuing to work with you and your family in meeting your speech and language goals.

Aspire Speech will be closed between Christmas and New Years to allow us to spend time relaxing and enjoying the company of family. We wish you and your family a safe and wonderful Christmas, all the best in 2021, and we look forward to seeing you in the new year!

Best wishes from the Aspire Speech Team,

Genna Nichol and Olivia Coleman

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