Your child may
- Have difficulty understanding what is said
- Have difficulty following instructions
- Find it challenging to share thoughts and feelings
- Say words incorrectly
- Repeat words and find it hard to speak smoothly
- Find it difficult to interact with peers
- Encounter challenges when learning to read or write
- Have difficulty eating and drinking safely
- Only eat a small variety of food
How we can help
Our Speech Language Pathologists work closely with you and your child to achieve best outcomes in our complex world of communication. We use a play based model of therapy as children learn and understand best when engaged in things they like and are relevant to their everyday lives.
We use individual and group therapy to support your child’s communication development, and we work together with the other therapists, early childhood educators, and teachers to ensure a team approach to your child’s care.
We use a number of evidence-based therapy programs and approaches to support your child’s communication development.
- Hanen: More Than Words and It Takes Two To Talk
- The Lidcombe Program for stuttering
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication including Key Word Sign, PECS, PODD, Proloquo2Go
- PALS Social Skills Program
- Secret Agent Society
- The SOS Approach to feeding
- The Spalding Method