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Speech Pathology

Supporting Children to Develop Skills in Communication and Language

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A speech pathologist can help your child to develop skills in communication and oral movement.

A speech pathologist will help develop skills such as

  • A speech pathologist can help your child to develop skills in communication and oral movement.
  • A speech pathologist will help develop skills such as
  • speech sounds (articulation)
  • talking in sentences and grammar (expressive language)
  • understanding and telling stories 
  • following instructions (receptive language)
  • speaking fluently (eg stuttering)
  • eating, drinking and swallowing
  • salvia control
  • social skills
  • Literacy
  • Alternative & Augmentative communication (AAC) 
  • Using alternative methods of communication such as signing , symbols and electronic devices

Using alternative methods of communication such as signing , symbols and electronic devices

Staff involved with
Speech Pathology
Services
Laura Goding
Speech Pathologist

Charlotte Ponchard
Speech Pathologist

Charlotte is a Speech Pathologist who is passionate about the rights that all children have to communicate, whether that be through use of words, pictures, signs or a speech generating device.

Heidi Ryan
Speech Pathologist

Heidi is a speech pathologist with over 12 years’ experience working with children and families in this field and has a special interest in working with Autism Spectrum conditions.

Alexandra Campbell
Speech Pathologist

Ali has been a part of the Biala family for 5 years. First as a volunteer, then as a student and now a Speech Pathologist.

For further information about NDIS, our services, and how we may be able to help you, please contact us.

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