Speech Pathology supports children from the early years through to adolescence in the areas of communication, literacy and feeding. Speech Pathologists will work closely with other team members to tailor a collaborative therapy plan for your child. 

Specifically, speech pathology can assist your child with:

  • Receptive language (Understanding language and words)
  • Expressive language (Using language and words)
  • Speech (Using sounds clearly and correctly)
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (enhancing communication through signs, pictures and assistive technology)
  • Literacy (Developing reading and writing skills)
  • Feeding/Swallowing (Improving eating and drinking skills)
  • Stuttering (Speaking fluently)
  • Voice (Improving vocal function and quality)