kids_top.png
 

Adult Therapy

Adults may experience speech and language difficulties for a variety of reasons. This may include a person's ability to speak clearly, understand others or express their wants and needs. This may occur as a result of diseases such as stroke, dementia, Parkinson's Disease or other medical conditions.

Adults may also experience difficulties with stuttering/fluency and voice disorders. A voice disorder is a condition affecting features of your voice that will compromise your ability to use your voice normally. It can affect one or all of the aspects of your voice , including pitch, volume, quality (e.g. hoarseness), and resonance (e.g. sounding nasal).

Anyone, irrespective of age or gender can be affected by a voice disorder, however people who are required to use their voice excessively for work (e.g. teachers, call centre operators) are more likely to develop a voice disorder, particularly if care is not taken.

Speech pathologists can assist with communication difficulties, rehabilitation post-stroke, following loss of voice, and assist in modifying accents.

Latest News

Social Skills Program
- FULLY BOOKED FOR SEPTEMBER - STAY TUNED FOR JAN 2018 DATES!

A program aimed at improving a child's non-verbal and verbal communication skills

Download Flyer

+ More information and bookings


Literacy Skills Program
- FULLY BOOKED FOR SEPTEMBER - STAY TUNED FOR JAN 2018 DATES!
A program aimed at improving children's spelling and readhing through phonemic awareness activities

Download Flyer

+ More information and bookings


Healthpoint and Medicare
easyclaim now available!

We are now able to provide instant rebates for all Private Health Funds and Medicare plans for those who are eligible.

+ Financial Assistance Information


We are NDIS approved providers
Speak to our friendly staff for more information