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Express yourself

Struggling to find your voice is something we see a lot of with our clients. Sometimes, this can be due to a confidence barrier. But sometimes, this can also be a literal inability to use speech as communication. This doesn’t mean it is not a symptom of other mental health issues and difficulties, however it does require its own therapy pathway.

How does
Speech Pathology work?

Speech pathology can help you with more than just communication problems. Often people with communication difficulties can experience other mental health and behavioural issues that affect things like self-esteem and struggle with social relationships or employment.

We can help you with speech, stuttering, using and understanding language, voice, reading and writing, eating and drinking (swallowing difficulty).

Who can access
Speech Pathology?

We work with people of all ages and backgrounds to help improve your use of speech and voice, using and understanding language, fluency, reading, writing, eating, and drinking.

 People who could benefit from Speech Pathology include:

  • Cleft palate
  • Preschoolers who are slow to talk
  • Children who have trouble understanding speech and written expression
  • Those diagnosed with ASD
  • Hearing loss
  • Stutters
  • Those who have had a stroke
  • Those with brain injuries
  • Down syndrome
  •  People who need an alternative communication device

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