Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a referral to see a speech pathologist?
No, but if you have a referral letter from your doctor, please let us know. If you would like more information about ways to claim rebates for speech pathology sessions, please click here.
Should I have my child's hearing checked?
Not necessarily, but if you have any concerns at all, or if your child has a history of middle ear infection, it's always a good idea to have an up-to-date hearing assessment before seeing a speech pathologist.
Do you work with NDIS Participants?
Absolutely! Many of the children we work with are participants of the NDIS and we are seeing fantastic results because of the intensity and individualisation of therapy NDIS funding can provide.
Who do you work with?
We focus on working with children and young adults from ages 7 through to 24.
We work alongside parents and teachers to ensure best possible outcomes for our kids.
We work with children with a range of speech, language, learning, literacy and social communications difficulties, and have spent many years refining our programmes for students who face challenges such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Communication DIsorder, Dyslexia/Reading Difficulties, Auditory Processing Disorder, Receptive and Expressive Language disorders and Speech Sound Disorders.
How do I make an appointment?
Unfortunately we have had to make the difficult decision to close our books to new families.
We welcome feedback!
As part of our commitment to open communication and continuous improvement, we encourage both our staff and our clients to provide constructive feedback (whether positive or negative) on our services. If you would like to offer feedback, or make a formal complaint, please click here to go to our Feedback Form