Speech Pathology

Support with eating, drinking, communication and more

Our experienced team of Speech Pathologists support people who have difficulty communicating, eating and drinking. Communication difficulties may occur due to developmental delays, brain injuries, intellectual disability, dementia, stroke and more.

Speech therapy is provided one-on-one or with a carer or guardian present. We also run group training for parents, teachers and other carers and support staff.

We work with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices that help people who find it difficult to speak or write to communicate more easily.

Service areas

We provide Speech Therapy to people who are living in parts of NSW, SA, and QLD. To check whether this service is provided in your area, enter your postcode into the Service Location Checker on this page.

Get in touch

If you would like more information about this service, download our Speech Pathology fact sheet below. 

Most of our services can be funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme and we also offer privately funded payment options where required.

For further information please call our friendly staff on 1800 236 762 or get in touch.

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Service Location Checker

To check the availability of this service in your area, enter your postcode below and click 'Submit'. If you have any questions or need to talk to someone about this service, call 1800 236 762.