Our Speech Pathology conduct assessment and intervention for adults and children who have difficulties or impairments in speech (articulation of sounds), receptive language (understanding of language), expressive language (use of language), social communication, voice, fluency (stuttering), literacy, and swallowing.

Our service is individualised and can include home programs and training of informal support (e.g. for family, friends and carers). We also determine whether augmentative and alternative communication methods are necessary. You may benefit from speech pathology if you have a diagnosis of a neurological condition, intellectual or developmental delay or hearing impairment.