Speech Therapy

Speech pathologists help people with communication and swallowing problems.

Our Speech pathologists support clients across the life span with communication and swallowing difficulties. This may include difficulties with speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using their voice. 

Children and adults with difficulties in these areas may experience reduced confidence or behavioural problems. Our Speech pathologists work with clients who have difficulty communicating for a number of reasons such as developmental delays, learning disability, intellectual disability, brain injury and hearing loss, as well as other problems that can affect speech and language. We also see clients of all ages who experience difficulties swallowing food and drink safely.

At Real Therapy Solutions, our Speech Pathologists provide individualised therapy to help you meet your specific goals around communication and/or swallowing.

Our Speech Pathologists have experience in working with a broad range of adults and children living with varied disabilities and diagnoses.

We take a holistic approach to therapy and liaise with all relevant parties such as educators, caregivers, partners and other therapists (both internally and externally) to ensure we are providing the most comprehensive and effective evidence-based therapy.

Our team of speech pathologists are qualified and experienced in the study, diagnosis and treatment of communication and/or swallowing difficulties.

Our speech pathologists support adult and paediatric clients who have difficulties with:

  • Listening and comprehending information
  • Mealtime management – safe and enjoyable eating and drinking
  • Literacy including reading and writing
  • Social skills such as making friends, asking appropriate questions, taking turns in conversations etc
  • Speaking clearly and being understood
  • Late talkers – children who have not started talking by two years of age
  • Stuttering to improve fluency and confidence
  • Understanding language and meaning of spoken information
  • Voice and voice disorders like hoarseness or breathiness
  • Augmentative and alternative (AAC) communication devices to support those who cannot communicate verbally. We are able to provide assessments and corresponding assessment reports to support funding requests from NDIS
  • We can also provide parent training and coaching on how best to support your child in between sessions and beyond.

Reach out to Real Therapy Solutions to find out more.

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