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Speech Language Pathology helps children and adults who have difficulty communicating develop skills to make communication easier and more functional. Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) can help children and adults with complex communication needs, delays and difficulties, develop and improve their communication skills, allowing them to find their own voice.
SLPs can help people with a range of communication difficulties across all ages. Our therapists can help clients as young as 2 years old with developing language and speech. Our SLPs work with clients of all ages, presentations, skills and backgrounds. Our SLPs begin with an initial assessment of your speech and language, which will help determines the most appropriate treatment for your needs and goals.
Speech Language Pathologists Assists With
- Speech Sound Clarity
- Social Skills
- Facial Expressions & Muscle Movements
- Age Appropriate Language development
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Intellectual Disability
- Global Development Delay
Our Speech Language Pathologists provide
- Formalised Language assessment and reporting
- Receptive language (comprehension of language) intervention
- Expressive language (formation/use of language) intervention
- Pragmatic language (how language is used socially) intervention
- Literacy intervention
- Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) assessments, NDIS funding application work, and training.
- Swallowing and mealtime assessments and intervention
- Specific individual and/or group therapy sessions
- Parent coaching programs with certified Hanen Program More than Words therapists
Our Approach to Speech Therapy
Our Speech Pathologists will assess the unique presentation of each client, provide treatment, advice, and support that is specific and right for them. They work closely with NDIS and Medicare participants, their families, support staff, and other allied health professionals to provide comprehensive services and care. With intervention, our Speech Language Pathologists can improve communication and ultimately make communication more functional and social.