We have a team of dedicated and experienced Speech Pathologist’s committed to helping you or a loved one. Our therapists can provide one on one sessions to ensure the best results are achieved.
Each of our consultations and treatments is backed by an evidence-based approach and all baseline measures from the patient will be recorded. Treatment can be provided in the comfort of your own home, or for younger patients at their school. Our therapists have experience working with children & adults. Our therapists have experience working with both children & adults.
Our team understand that life is busy and this is a big reason why we specialise in providing a home visit Speech Pathology service. We want to take the stress out of travel and ensure every session is enjoyable and valuable to our client and their family.
When working with children we can:
All of the above helps to build your child’s language and teach them new skills which aid with their development.
Before we leave, we provide activities and ideas on how you can best support your child and consolidate their new-found skills until we see you for their next appointment.
Need support at School? Our mobile Speech Pathologists can certainly help here. We assist in bridging together what is happening at school, in therapy and at home.
School visits are a great way that we can support both you and the teacher to get the best outcomes and success for your child. These sessions can happen as regularly as needed which may be once-off or weekly.
Our team can help with a range of the following (beyond what is expected for their age):
The amount of speech pathology sessions needed varies from across individuals and depends on the presenting condition and client goals. A number of factors need to be considered when determining the amount of sessions needed, including:
Your speech pathologist will commence your swallow assessment with a case history interview to gather important information. This will include questions such as those regarding medical history and details about the problems you are experiencing with your swallow.
From there, your speech pathologist will conduct an oro-motor assessment which examines the cranial nerves which are responsible for swallowing. Impairment of these cranial nerves may impact your muscles and how safely you are able to swallow.
Your speech pathologist may also assess your ability to drink fluids and eat different textures of food. A list of recommendations to best suit your individual presentation and circumstances will be provided following your assessment.