KIDSPEECH

KIDSPEECH Canadian Trademark Information

1. Organization of training workshops for Francophone parents/caregivers of children/youths with communication and language problems and for professionals, remedial teachers and speech pathologists as well as for other registered and non registered health care professionals.. 2. Management and organization of reading, spelling and language programs, as well as management of life skills development "experiential learning" programs. 3. Speech and Language management consultancy, namely, online services in relation to continuing healthcare education trends, speech-language pathologists and therapists learning principle, life care planners and their principles, pre-vocational and vocational clinicians and their principles, web services technology and translation principles. 4. Production of materials and tools to develop life-care plans for infants, children, youths, adults and seniors. 5, Chat room services and e-group therapy for cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, developmental challenges, communication problems, school problems, learning problems, augmentative communication, hearing loss, behavior problems. 6. Operating bulletin board servi...

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On Tuesday, April 10, 2007, a canadian trademark registration was filed for KIDSPEECH by MARIA SCARINGI 19 LARABEE CRESCENT, DON MILLS, ONTARIO, CANADA M3A3E6. The Canadian IP office has given the trademark application number of 1342556. The current status of this trademark filing is Registration published. The correspondent listed for KIDSPEECH is FLANSBERRY, MENARD & ASSOCIATE of 208-4275 Innes Road, Ottawa, ONTARIO, CANADA K1C1T1 The KIDSPEECH trademark is filed in the description of 1. Organization of training workshops for Francophone parents/caregivers of children/youths with communication and language problems and for professionals, remedial teachers and speech pathologists as well as for other registered and non registered health care professionals.. 2. Management and organization of reading, spelling and language programs, as well as management of life skills development "experiential learning" programs. 3. Speech and Language management consultancy, namely, online services in relation to continuing healthcare education trends, speech-language pathologists and therapists learning principle, life care planners and their principles, pre-vocational and vocational clinicians and their principles, web services technology and translation principles. 4. Production of materials and tools to develop life-care plans for infants, children, youths, adults and seniors. 5, Chat room services and e-group therapy for cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, developmental challenges, communication problems, school problems, learning problems, augmentative communication, hearing loss, behavior problems. 6. Operating bulletin board services and chat room services over electronic communications networks for use by clients, ; Web hosting, content creation and search services relating to travel and accommodation; providing information relating to accommodation, food and drink using interactive databases; providing the aforesaid services using the Internet and electronic communications networks; consultation advisory and information relating to the aforesaid services. 7. Speech-Language pathologist, life care planning, rehabilitation case management, pre-vocational and vocational services, namely, the provision of health information to remote and rural healthcare providers and the population at large that is keyed to local community needs, as well as user profile and ongoing personal use preferences 8. Information services, namely, using a global computer network to provide information regarding clinical and medical research and tools in the fields of speech-language and cognitive-communication, computer learning and applications' use, life care planning, reading and writing, pre-vocational and vocation as well as rehabilitation case management. 9.The establishment and maintenance of a website for the advancement of learning and the dissemination of information in the fields of speech-language, reading, writing, cognitive-communication, life care planning, pre-vocational and vocational development/ planning, life skills, preventative measures, learning disabilities, and issues with learning more than one language including clinical and non-medical technologies. 10. Compiling, organizing, managing and providing access to a wide variety of learning and information resources available, namely, in the area of speech, language, cognitive-communication, swallowing, voice, reading, writing, executive functions, pre-vocational and vocational skills, case management and life-care planning for the client (children and adults) and their family via the World Wide Web. 11. Providing access to an interactive computer data base in the fields of speech-language and cognitive-communication, life care planning, rehabilitation case management, pre-vocational and vocational skills, academic and healthcare spectrums. 12. World Wide Web services namely operation of a medical web site in the field of speech-language, cognitive-communication, reading and writing, pre-vocational and vocational and life care planning. 13. On-line services for the compiling, uploading, reviewing, evaluating, indexing, organizing, accessing, storing, browsing, retrieving and downloading speech-language and cognitive-communication, life care planning, rehabilitation case management, prevocational and vocational information and data resources on an electronic communications network. , Software for training in the area of family rehabilitation for clients, caregivers, parents, educators, rehabilitation professionals (both regulated and non - regulated health professionals), medical professionals working with children and adults with cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, life-care planning needs and case management needs with a focus on family rehabilitation. , Software for training of clients, caregivers, parents, educators, rehabilitation professionals (both regulated and non -regulated health professionals), medical professionals working with children and adults with cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, developmental challenges, communication problems, school problems, learning problems, augmentative communication, hearing loss, behavior problems, academic needs, vocational and avocational needs, life-care planning needs and case management needs with a focus on the individual client. , 1. Designing specialty materials for all ages, namely, software, videos, DVDs, cards, toys, books, audio cassettes, games, certificates of achievement, checklists, stickers. These specialty materials address speech, hearing, language, myofunctional (no drool), cognitive-communication, reading, writing, writing, memory, executive functions, learning disabilities, school problems, normal development, augmentative communication, as well as, safety, prevention, pre-vocational planning, experiential training, vocational training/ planning (vocational and avocational), and life-care planning and the provision of ongoing rehabilitation case management. , Management and organization of consultancy services, namely, in the area of speech, language, cognitive-communication management assistance; compilation of information into computer databases and management of invoicing procedures whether they are as set up by third parties (as is in the case of Insurance companies) or others ( as is in the case of third party billing). , Teaching materials, namely, diagnostic tools, screening tools, audio, and video materials for speech-language pathologists, students and regulated and non-regulated health professionals. , Publications, namely, periodical newsletter, manuals of instructions and manuals for invoicing. , Electronic services, namely, providing interactive access to a global computer information network for the transfer and dissemination of a wide range of information regarding life care planning, speech-language and cognitive-communication, pre-vocational and vocational, academic learning, second language learning, ESL approaches, French Immersion topics, computer learning as it relates to learning, memory, reading, writing, spelling and cognition, as well as interactive off site learning for clients. , Speech-language pathologists and therapists services, namely, elaboration of life-long learning patterns; operating and providing interaction, targeted outcome studies data, measuring of changes in patterns of learning; measuring improvements in the fields of speech, language, cognitive-communication, life care planning, and rehabilitation case management. , Health education in the field of speech-language, life care planning, prevocational and vocational, namely, the delivery of selective media content presentation, namely, text or pictures or video and modalities of exchanges, namely, portals, verbal chats, televideo conferencing, online testing, websites, video chats, email, managed learning models, and e-mentoring for clinicians in the fields in speech-language pathology, life care planning and rehabilitation case management , and e-therapy. , The provision of consultancy services, namely, health care, namely providing non-medical treatments, trends and protective measures to maintain, treat and prevent communication problems. , Computer services, namely information storage and data retrieval in the fields of speech-language and cognitive-communication, acquired brain injuries, vocational and prevocational development, academic, hospitals, public and private academic and health care systems. , Distribution and adaptation of materials for screening, evaluating and programming in the areas of speech, language, cognitive-communication, swallowing, voice, reading, writing, executive functions, pre-vocational and vocational skills, case management and life-care planning for the client (children and adults) and their family. , Production of materials for evaluating, screening and programming language, speech, cognitive-communication, reading and writing, computer programming, memory, pre-vocational and vocational skills, and life skills for children and adults. , Production of clinical and teaching materials and tools to develop speech-language and cognitive-communication reports and profiles for infants, children, youths, adults and seniors. .
Word Mark: KIDSPEECH
Current Status:
Registration published
LIVE Mark!
2/8/2010
Application Number: 1342556
Filing Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Filing Place: Canada
Registration Date: Monday, February 8, 2010
Registration Number: TMA759023
Register Type: Primary
Type Of Mark: Trademark
Mark Feature: Word
Use In Commerce: Yes
Publication Registration: Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Opposition: 4/9/2008 - 4/9/2008
Last Applicant/Owner: 19 LARABEE CRESCENT
DON MILLS
ONTARIO
CANADA M3A3E6
Correspondent:
208-4275 Innes Road
Ottawa
ONTARIO
CANADA K1C1T1
Goods and Services Information
Description:
(1) - 1. Organization of training workshops for Francophone parents/caregivers of children/youths with communication and language problems and for professionals, remedial teachers and speech pathologists as well as for other registered and non registered health care professionals.. 2. Management and organization of reading, spelling and language programs, as well as management of life skills development "experiential learning" programs. 3. Speech and Language management consultancy, namely, online services in relation to continuing healthcare education trends, speech-language pathologists and therapists learning principle, life care planners and their principles, pre-vocational and vocational clinicians and their principles, web services technology and translation principles. 4. Production of materials and tools to develop life-care plans for infants, children, youths, adults and seniors. 5, Chat room services and e-group therapy for cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, developmental challenges, communication problems, school problems, learning problems, augmentative communication, hearing loss, behavior problems. 6. Operating bulletin board services and chat room services over electronic communications networks for use by clients, ; Web hosting, content creation and search services relating to travel and accommodation; providing information relating to accommodation, food and drink using interactive databases; providing the aforesaid services using the Internet and electronic communications networks; consultation advisory and information relating to the aforesaid services. 7. Speech-Language pathologist, life care planning, rehabilitation case management, pre-vocational and vocational services, namely, the provision of health information to remote and rural healthcare providers and the population at large that is keyed to local community needs, as well as user profile and ongoing personal use preferences 8. Information services, namely, using a global computer network to provide information regarding clinical and medical research and tools in the fields of speech-language and cognitive-communication, computer learning and applications' use, life care planning, reading and writing, pre-vocational and vocation as well as rehabilitation case management. 9.The establishment and maintenance of a website for the advancement of learning and the dissemination of information in the fields of speech-language, reading, writing, cognitive-communication, life care planning, pre-vocational and vocational development/ planning, life skills, preventative measures, learning disabilities, and issues with learning more than one language including clinical and non-medical technologies. 10. Compiling, organizing, managing and providing access to a wide variety of learning and information resources available, namely, in the area of speech, language, cognitive-communication, swallowing, voice, reading, writing, executive functions, pre-vocational and vocational skills, case management and life-care planning for the client (children and adults) and their family via the World Wide Web. 11. Providing access to an interactive computer data base in the fields of speech-language and cognitive-communication, life care planning, rehabilitation case management, pre-vocational and vocational skills, academic and healthcare spectrums. 12. World Wide Web services namely operation of a medical web site in the field of speech-language, cognitive-communication, reading and writing, pre-vocational and vocational and life care planning. 13. On-line services for the compiling, uploading, reviewing, evaluating, indexing, organizing, accessing, storing, browsing, retrieving and downloading speech-language and cognitive-communication, life care planning, rehabilitation case management, prevocational and vocational information and data resources on an electronic communications network.
(2) - Software for training in the area of family rehabilitation for clients, caregivers, parents, educators, rehabilitation professionals (both regulated and non - regulated health professionals), medical professionals working with children and adults with cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, life-care planning needs and case management needs with a focus on family rehabilitation.
(3) - Software for training of clients, caregivers, parents, educators, rehabilitation professionals (both regulated and non -regulated health professionals), medical professionals working with children and adults with cognitive-communication, speech, language, voice and swallowing problems, developmental challenges, communication problems, school problems, learning problems, augmentative communication, hearing loss, behavior problems, academic needs, vocational and avocational needs, life-care planning needs and case management needs with a focus on the individual client.
(4) - 1. Designing specialty materials for all ages, namely, software, videos, DVDs, cards, toys, books, audio cassettes, games, certificates of achievement, checklists, stickers. These specialty materials address speech, hearing, language, myofunctional (no drool), cognitive-communication, reading, writing, writing, memory, executive functions, learning disabilities, school problems, normal development, augmentative communication, as well as, safety, prevention, pre-vocational planning, experiential training, vocational training/ planning (vocational and avocational), and life-care planning and the provision of ongoing rehabilitation case management.
(5) - Management and organization of consultancy services, namely, in the area of speech, language, cognitive-communication management assistance; compilation of information into computer databases and management of invoicing procedures whether they are as set up by third parties (as is in the case of Insurance companies) or others ( as is in the case of third party billing).
(6) - Teaching materials, namely, diagnostic tools, screening tools, audio, and video materials for speech-language pathologists, students and regulated and non-regulated health professionals.
(7) - Publications, namely, periodical newsletter, manuals of instructions and manuals for invoicing.
(8) - Electronic services, namely, providing interactive access to a global computer information network for the transfer and dissemination of a wide range of information regarding life care planning, speech-language and cognitive-communication, pre-vocational and vocational, academic learning, second language learning, ESL approaches, French Immersion topics, computer learning as it relates to learning, memory, reading, writing, spelling and cognition, as well as interactive off site learning for clients.
(9) - Speech-language pathologists and therapists services, namely, elaboration of life-long learning patterns; operating and providing interaction, targeted outcome studies data, measuring of changes in patterns of learning; measuring improvements in the fields of speech, language, cognitive-communication, life care planning, and rehabilitation case management.
(10) - Health education in the field of speech-language, life care planning, prevocational and vocational, namely, the delivery of selective media content presentation, namely, text or pictures or video and modalities of exchanges, namely, portals, verbal chats, televideo conferencing, online testing, websites, video chats, email, managed learning models, and e-mentoring for clinicians in the fields in speech-language pathology, life care planning and rehabilitation case management , and e-therapy.
(11) - The provision of consultancy services, namely, health care, namely providing non-medical treatments, trends and protective measures to maintain, treat and prevent communication problems.
(12) - Computer services, namely information storage and data retrieval in the fields of speech-language and cognitive-communication, acquired brain injuries, vocational and prevocational development, academic, hospitals, public and private academic and health care systems.
(13) - Distribution and adaptation of materials for screening, evaluating and programming in the areas of speech, language, cognitive-communication, swallowing, voice, reading, writing, executive functions, pre-vocational and vocational skills, case management and life-care planning for the client (children and adults) and their family.
(14) - Production of materials for evaluating, screening and programming language, speech, cognitive-communication, reading and writing, computer programming, memory, pre-vocational and vocational skills, and life skills for children and adults.
(15) - Production of clinical and teaching materials and tools to develop speech-language and cognitive-communication reports and profiles for infants, children, youths, adults and seniors.

Classification Information

Class Code: 016 - Paper Goods and Printed Material
Description: Paper and printed goods
Class Code: 035 - Advertising, Business & Retail Services
Description: Advertising, marketing, promotional, business administration, office functions
Class Code: 038 - Communications Services
Description: Telecommunications
Class Code: 039 - Transportation & Storage Services
Description: Transport; packaging and storage of goods; travel arrangement
Class Code: 041 - Education and Entertainment Services
Description: Education; providing of training; entertainment, sporting and cultural activities
Class Code: 042 - Computer & Software Services & Scientific Services
Description: Computer and scientific
Class Code: 043 - Restaurant and Hotel Services
Description: Accommodation, food and drink
Class Code: 044 - Medical, Beauty & Agricultural Services
Description: Medical and veterinary, beauty, agricultural and forestry
Class Code: 045 - Personal & Legal & Social Services
Description: Legal services; security; personal and social services
Class Code: 009 - Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
Description: Electrical and scientific apparatus

Matter History Events

Status Date: Record Status Description
2011-02-11 National prosecution history entry - Rep for Service Name Changed
2010-02-08 Registration published - registered
2008-06-27 National prosecution history entry - allowed
2008-06-27 National prosecution history entry - allowance notice sent
2008-04-09 Application published - advertised
2008-03-27 National prosecution history entry - Extracted for Advertisement
2008-03-13 Application accepted - approved
2008-02-11 National prosecution history entry - default notice sent
2007-09-18 Filing date accorded - Search Recorded
2007-09-18 National prosecution history entry - Examiner's First Report
2007-04-11 Filing date accorded - formalized
2007-04-10 Application filed - filed
2007-04-10 National prosecution history entry - created
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