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Why Choose Us?
YOUR CHILD COMES FIRST
We love to play, have fun and connect! Our therapists are passionate about working with children. We prioritise getting to know your child as an individual, and produce individualised programs to help them reach their communication potential.
As parents, we understand that you know your child best and we work collaboratively with the whole family. We provide families with practical, functional and flexible services that you can apply to your daily living.
Our therapists are highly experienced in a range of speech pathology interventions for children, so you can have confidence that we will find the best approach for your family.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech: a motor speech disorder where a child has difficulty making accurate movements for producing speech sounds
Speech Sound Disorders - Articulation and Phonology:
delayed or disordered ability to make sounds (articulation) or sound patterns and contrasts (phonological processes)
Receptive Language: difficulty understanding language (e.g., following directions, understanding words)
Expressive Language: difficulty using language
(e.g., saying words, using sentence structures)
Social Communication (Pragmatics): difficulty communicating with verbal and non-verbal social language (e.g., eye contact, emotions, humour)
Reading: trouble reading words (i.e., understanding how letters relate to sounds) or understanding what is read
Spelling: difficulty understanding how sounds relate to words
Writing: difficulty with written expression skills
Phonological Awareness: difficulty with the ability to recognise and manipulate sounds in language
The disruption of speech sounds affecting fluency of speech. This may include repeating part of words or phrases, word substitutions, prolongations, pauses or hesitations during speech and non-verbal behaviours (including excessive blinking, using filler words etc.)
Problems with the way the voice sounds, such as hoarseness, softness etc., commonly caused by vocal damage or misuse.
Where the tongue moves forward in an exaggerated way during speech and/or swallowing, and sits forward at rest.
“The limits of my language means the limits of my world.”
Luddwig Wittgensen, Philosopher
"Write to be understood, speak to be heard, read to grow."
Lawrence Clark Powell, Librarian & Author
"A child loves his play, not because it's easy, but because it's hard."
Benjamin Spock, Paediatrician