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Speech pathology will identify and improve abilities with expressive/receptive language, functional communication skills, and oral motor feeding issues. Our therapists are family centred and will provide a program that includes not only therapist recommendations but family priorities.
Your child's therapy can be made up of individual sessions, joint speech pathology and occupational therapy sessions and also group therapy sessions.
Assessment of a range of speech and language disorders including autism, articulation & motor speech difficulties, language, hearing impairment ,social skills, swallowing and stuttering
After assessment, your therapist will discuss goals and implement a therapy plan. The frequency and duration of therapy is centred around what is realistic for families.
Our therapists will arrange to come out to your child's kinder and school and liaise with their teachers to ensure consistent goals.
This can always be a tough question for parents. How do you decide if your child's difficulties are normal or a sign of something more? It is always recommended that if you feel that something is not right to book for an assessment and get some advice.
Parents are always eager to know what to expect with their child's fine and gross motor milestones. Every child is different and it is important to remember that all developmental steps are a guide only and if you are concerned you should get advice.Read More (41KB PDF)
Art and Craft are fun and interactive activities that allow parents the opportunities to stimulate or expand their child's speech and langauge. Spend 15mins sitting with your child while they are painting, drawing or cutting & pasting.Read More (28KB PDF)
Parents often get confused with the difference between speech and langauge. This question is often the first thing parents ask about in a treatment session and very important to understand!
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