Enquire at reception or with your psychologist if you think your child may benefit from seeing a speech pathologist for:

  • Late talking or delayed language
  • Tongue tie
  • Articulation and speech production
  • Lisp
  • Following instructions and understanding questions
  • Using language to construct sentences and express themselves
  • Stuttering
  • Social skills and conversation skills
  • Pre-Literacy skills, reading and expressive writing
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder assessment and intervention
  • Fussy eating

We can provide private, medicare and FaHCSIA funding services for speech pathology sessions.