Speech Pathology Services

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Everyone's speech pathology journey is different.

Our Speech Pathology services may be a mixture of in clinic sessions, school visits, home visits, Teletherapy, home practice activities or strategies for the classroom. Whatever the mode, we aim to be fun, practical and goal directed while making sure you and your child feel supported and empowered.

 

Our passionate Speech Pathologists are experienced in supporting:

Speech delay/disorder 

Language delay/disorder 

Early Intervention

Auditory Processing Disorder 

Attention and listening skills

Bilingualism

Social communication / pragmatics skills

Emotional regulation

Play skills

Behaviour

Late talkers

Stuttering

Literacy

Hearing and vision impairments

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Global Development Delay (GDD)

Intellectual Disability 

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Down Syndrome

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The first step to understanding your child's current speech, language and communication skills.

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A personalised therapy program tailored for your child, and delivered by your Speech Pathologist.

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A therapy program delivered by a Speech Pathology student / Speech Assistant and overseen by your Speech Pathologist. 

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Speech & Language Assessment

 

Assessment can involve formal standardised tests or informal assessment; through observation, play and conversation. Assessment involves gathering information from parents, teachers and other professionals to obtain a snapshot of your child’s current communication skills and how it may affect his/her day to day life.​

 

Depending on your child and their needs, the assessment may vary in length and might be conducted over one or more sessions to allow for a detailed investigation of your child’s communication skills. Following assessment, your Speech Pathologist will discuss your child’s strengths and needs with recommendations for a plan of action. We understand you know your child best, therefore you also play a part in deciding a plan for the course of therapy.

 

If requested, a comprehensive report detailing your child’s strengths and needs with recommendations can be provided and shared to educators and other professionals.

 
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Our strength-focused and evidence-based approach to therapy is tailored to align with your child’s interest and fosters an environment where your child’s communication can blossom. Therapy sessions will be 45-60 minutes on a weekly or fortnightly basis, which is recommended for maximum progress. At the end of each therapy session, your Speech Pathologist will offer functional strategies and home based activities for your child to take away and practice at home. 

We are committed to working collaboratively with parents, teachers and other professionals to promote the best outcome for your child. This involves up-skilling and empowering parents, caregivers and school support staff to successfully and confidently facilitate intervention strategies and supports within the home, school and community settings. 

Therapy programs may also be delivered by a Speech Pathology Assistant and overseen by your Speech Pathologist, as a cost-effective way to complement and increase the frequency of speech therapy appointments.

Therapy Programs

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We provide Teletherapy all across Australia!

Don't miss out on important therapy. We provide online therapy services from the comfort of your own home, wherever that is!