Individuals with a developmental delay or disability, or someone who has experienced a stroke or brain injury can have difficulty communicating or understanding others. Our Speech Pathology services improve communication skills, enabling participants to express their wants and needs and to understand instructions.
We all understand that language barriers often prevent growth and the ability for individuals to engage confidently and clearly with family, friends and support workers. Common challenges our speech language support can help with include:
Participants will build their confidence and independence with the support of our experienced clinicians by improving their ability to:
When providing speech therapy, our team collaborate with the person and their support network throughout assessment and therapy.
The person’s current skills are assessed and a comprehensive report is created with therapy recommendations. Using assessment information, we can then develop goals and build independent skills.
Additionally, we may also develop resources and find appropriate assistive technology to support communication.
Offering participants support in their preferred environment, speech pathology is provided face-to-face at either our clinic, at the participants home or in a community setting.
Presently, this service is available in the Cairns region.
All our team members follow COVID-safe practices and conduct all sessions in accordance with the latest Queensland Health guidelines.
As a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) service provider, our speech pathologists accept referrals from NDIS participants under the Improved Daily Living funding line.
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