Dancing his way to tomorrow

Rowen first came to Grandview before he was two because of speech and language concerns. Rowen received speech language therapy at Grandview Children’s Centre that helped him find his voice. He came to Campbell Children’s School in SK and today, continues therapy in-school through our School Based Rehabilitation services. Now in grade two, Rowen hopes to be a doctor when he grows up, and is also a competitive dancer, spending many hours a week at tap, ballet, and jazz lessons. “As a parent, the world is daunting anyway,” says Rowen's mom, Laurie. “It makes us feel so much more confident knowing a place like Grandview exists to help our son.”