Services for kids

  • Early childhood intervention (ECI), for kids diagnosed with Autism or ADHD
  • Late talkers
  • Listening difficulties
  • Difficulty with saying certain sounds
  • Reading skills
  • Spelling skills
  • Stuttering and Cluttering
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Services for Adults

  • Eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties
  • Speech challenges- Dysarthria, Apraxia
  • Language difficulties after stroke - Aphasia
  • Voice changes- Parkinson’s Disease
  • Cognitive communication - Dementia
  • Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
  • Stuttering / Fluency
  • Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC)
  • Training for carers

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What to expect

Your first visit

During your initial visit, the Speech Pathologist will discuss any communication or swallowing issues you're facing and what goals you'd like to achieve. Together, we will explore your history and the reasons for seeking speech pathology services. This first appointment is tailored to identify your needs, involving a mix of formal and informal assessments as well as clinical observations to better understand your situation. Based on this comprehensive assessment, if needed, the Speech Pathologist will prepare a detailed report and design a personalised therapy program aimed at meeting your specific needs and objectives.

Continuing Sessions

The number of follow-up sessions will depend on the personalised program developed for you. Typically, ongoing appointments involve weekly or fortnightly 60-minute sessions. These are structured to include 45 minutes of direct interaction and 15 minutes for documentation purposes.Therapy sessions take place at your home ( through Telehealth) or at Smart Clinics Windsor through various activities and functional tasks.

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