Two Locations!

Dana Has Two Office Locations!

Dana has an office in the Promenade in Thornhill where she works closely with the amazing Cornerstone Psychological team. If this is your preferred location to see Dana, please contact or 647-926-4255 (4ALL) and speak with Sharlene Cantor-Bagola.

As well, Dana has joined the dynamic team at The Red Oak Centre in Toronto. If you would prefer to see Dana in her Toronto location, please contact The Red Oak Centre directly at: or 647 748 4441.


The Alexa Empowerment Project

Assistive Technology on the iPad

Check out some of the amazing things students can do on the iPad for school!!!! The tools are also great for busy parents, people in the work place and people with various abilities and disabilities.

Believe. Empower. Succeed.


Dana believes that ALL students can benefit from learning how to integrate technology into their daily lives. Thus, in addition to supporting students on IEPs with Verbal and Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and other learning differences, she also works with "non-identified" students, parents, teachers and other professionals. 

Dana Sahian has two locations, one in Toronto and one in Thornhill. 

Can't get to us? On-line services are also an option!


Confident girl showing her iPad to others.

Dana, a Toronto-based Speech Language Pathologist, LOVES working with students with diverse learnning needs and feels blessed to be able to watch her students gain skills and confidence as they learn how to make assistive technology a part of their everyday lives. Recommendations are always made based on each student's unique learning needs and style. On-site assistive technology training is provided in Toronto and Thornhill, with on-line services available as well.


Every student has the right to learn, free of barriers. Using cool technology and innovative teaching techniques, Dana and her team help their students to better understand  themselves as learners, with a clear understanding of what tools they need to help them be successful.  As a result, these students not only become the technology leaders amongst their peers, but also become great self-advocates. With their new skills and tools, students leave with a  foundation from which to flourish and succeed.