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Speech Pathology

What is Speech Pathology?

Speech pathologist are trained to assess and treat people who have a communication disability. Speech pathologists also work with people who have difficulties swallowing food and drink. Communication is the process of being able to understand and to be understood. It is something most of us take for granted. Communication disabilities are the result of problems with producing speech, using and/or understanding spoken words, voice production, fluency or hearing.

One in seven Australians has some form of communication disability. This means that one in seven people has a problem understanding other people or being understood by people.

 

 

Paediatric Speech pathology services available through 1 Stop may include:

  • Working with children who have delayed speech sound development
  • Working with children who are late talking
  • Working with children who are finding it difficult to understand spoken words
  • Working with children with identified developmental issues such as autism
  • Working with children who stutter
  • Working with children who are having issues with eating skills

Our Speech Pathologist is Michelle Cook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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