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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

Alexandra Campbell
Speech Pathologist

Ali is passionate in aiming to ensure families are supported and empowered to help their child reach their potential. Her play-based therapy is fun, engaging and focusses on the child’s interests.

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

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