Our experienced team work with people who need support with:
- Understanding language
- Social skills
- Stuttering and using voice
- Difficulty swallowing food and drinks safely
- Children who are fussy eaters
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) including high tech speech generating devices
Who is speech pathology for?
Speech pathology services are for people of all ages. Our team work with people who have difficulty communicating because of a range of reasons such as brain injuries, stroke, developmental delay, learning and intellectual disability, dementia, cerebral palsy, hearing loss and other problems that affect your speech and language.
How do I refer into the program?
Our speech pathology team work across many towns in Central, Southern and Western NSW, and in North East Victoria.
You can access a speech pathologist through:
- The NDIS
- The WNSW Speech Pathology program for preschool aged children
Page last updated: 21 November 2023