Apply to the waiting list by completing the application form. (Must have a google account)

A1/303 The Horsley Drive
Fairfield NSW 2165

Apply to the waiting list by completing the application form. (Must have a google account)

A1/303 The Horsley Drive
Fairfield NSW 2165

Apply to the waiting list by completing the application form. (Must have a google account)

A1/303 The Horsley Drive
Fairfield NSW 2165

Speech Therapy

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What is Speech Therapy?

Speech Pathologists support children and adults to be able to communicate. They also guide families in supporting their child to reach their goals. Speech Pathologists are trained to assess and provide treatment and strategies to people with Speech, Language, Literacy, Social Communication, Feeding, Fluency and Voice Difficulties.

Apply to the waiting list by completing the application form. (Must have a google account)

Is a referral needed?

No, refferal is required. Contact us via email or phone to enquire and book.

When should I refer my child?

If there are any concerns regarding the development of your child’s communication or feeding i.e. they are not reaching milestones at the expected age range which may have been flagged by others e.g. family, GP, teacher, it is recommended that you contact a speech pathologist.

What age can children start speech therapy?

There is no age criteria, we believe early intervention is the key to better outcomes.

What happens in the first session?

The first appointments will usually commence with different assessments, interviewing the child’s primary care givers for more information, and then goal setting for therapy. A report may be requested by the client at an additional cost.

What is family centred intervention and home practice?

In order to maximise your child’s gains and allow for their skills to carry over to every day life, we encourage caregivers and significant family members to be present in the session so that they can be coached to practice the skills at home. We also provide activities and strategies that can be continued at home.

What funding options are provided?

You are able to make payments privately, through Medicare (Enhanced primary care plan obtainable from your GP), and the NDIS.

How long are the sessions?

Therapy sessions are typically 30-60 minutes long which allow time for activities, coaching and upskilling families in techniques and strategies as well as discussion/follow up. 60 min sessions will consist of 50 minutes of face to face time and the last 5-10 minutes will be allocated as reporting/planning time for the clinician.

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