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Speech Therapy Services

Empowering Communication, Eating, and Drinking

At our center, we understand the challenges that come with communication difficulties, eating, and drinking. Our team of experienced Speech Pathologists is here to support individuals who face these challenges due to a variety of reasons including developmental delays, brain injuries, intellectual disability, dementia, stroke, and more.

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Personalised Speech Therapy for Everyone

Comprehensive Speech Pathology Services

Our kind and skilled Speech Pathologists cater to clients across all age brackets, addressing difficulties related to speech, language, social communication, literacy, voice, fluency, and swallowing. We deliver a range of speech assessments and therapies, incorporating communication technology to achieve the best outcomes.

Our approach is collaborative, involving the client and their support network in goal-setting, and employing evidence-based techniques to foster skill development and positive change.

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Client-Centered Care

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Our team is committed to delivering the highest level of care, supporting private and NDIS clients, their families, and carers to achieve optimal communication and swallowing functions. Contact us today to discover how we can assist you or your loved one in finding your voice and improving your quality of life.

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Anyone who needs help with speech or language skills can benefit from speech therapy. There’s no age that’s best or more correct to get help. Both pediatric speech therapy and speech therapy for adults can help anyone with a communication disorder.

The common issues Speech Pathologists can help with are:

  • Speech sound disorders.
  • Language disorders.
  • Stuttering treatment.
  • Stammering treatment.
  • Reading and spelling disorders.
  • Difficulty with feeding and swallowing.
  • Expressive language.
  • Language development issues.
  • Reading comprehension.
  • Listening and attention.
  • Speech impairments.
  • Apraxia of speech.
  • Phonological dyslexia.
  • Producing speech sounds correctly (articulation).
  • Using the correct sentence structure.
  • Speech impediments.

Speech therapy offers a number of benefits, including:

  • Improved self-esteem.
  • Increased independence.
  • Improved ability to comprehend and express ideas, thoughts and feelings.
  • School readiness for young children.
  • Enhanced vocal quality.
  • Early language skills.
  • Better swallowing function.
  • Improved quality of life.

AAC is short for Augmentative and Alternative Communication.

Communication devices, systems, strategies and tools that replace or support spoken language are known as augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). These tools support a person who has difficulties communicating using speech.

The first “A” in AAC stands for Augmentative Communication. When you augment something, you add to it or supplement. Augmentative communication is when you add something to your speech (eg. sign language, pictures, a letter board). This can make your message clearer to your listener.

The second “A” in AAC stands for Alternative Communication. This is when you are not able to speak. It is also when your speech is not understood by others. In this case, you need a different way to communicate.

Basically, AAC can be tools, systems, devices or strategies. These tools help a person communicate, when they cannot rely on speech. Perhaps your child has not started talking. Perhaps you have lost your ability to speak. Perhaps your speech comes and goes. Maybe speaking is harder than other ways to communicate. AAC can help.

AAC Benefits includes:

  • Stronger friendships and deeper relationships.
  • Richer, more frequent social interactions.
  • Deeper social roles: family member, friend, professional, student.
  • Increased autonomy and decision-making power over their own life.
  • Increased independence.
  • More respect from others.
  • Greater participation in their family lives and communities.
  • Improved information sharing with physicians.
  • Improved personal safety in a variety of care settings, such as hospitals or long-term facilities.
  • More employment and volunteer opportunities.
  • Improved physical and mental health.

Danielle Lovric
Danielle Lovric
Great service
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Helen Marletta
Prompt service
Gibson Samuel
Gibson Samuel
Its been a great pleasure working with Pink-comfort so far I must say, the experience has been good and enthusiastic...
yaxay gajjar
yaxay gajjar
Pink Comfort provides quality case management services by helping people understand and connecting them to resources in their communities in ways that respect their dignity and rights. Thanks
sanam shah
sanam shah
Pink comfort is the best NDIS provider I have worked with. I am enjoying my work with the best team and management. They have very good policy and procedures to look after every individual clients. They provide best quality of care and support to clients.
Hays Elhassan
Hays Elhassan
from the moment I called they were really helpful with what I need and kept me upto date with all the information I needed, very helpful and wonderful communication with there callers