What is a Speech Therapy Session like?
Find out more by downloading our Factsheet below.
Using the most current research and years of clinical experience, we offer a range of therapy solutions specifically tailored to you and your needs, including:
Slurred or imprecise speech
Strained, tired or loss of voice
Difficulty understanding others including following instructions and question
Difficulty with projecting your voice during social and/or work situations
Difficulty with social & communication skills including the art of small talk.
Assess, trial & provide support in using Alternative & Augmentative Communication (AAC) including picture aids, key word signing, high-tech devices.
Focus on helping to make the world around client's accessible so they can communicate with confidence.
Swallowing & Eating Therapy
We are proud to offer detailed swallowing assessments and personalised management plans that best support you or your loved ones to eat and drink with confidence for a range of issues, including:
Persistent drooling of saliva
Coughing or throat-clearing during meals
Avoiding certain foods or fluids
Pain while swallowing
Sensation of food/drinks stuck in the throat
Unexplained weight loss or recurrent chest infections.
Each child has a unique sparkle and we want to support you and your child in thriving so they can sparkle brighter. We can help your child with:
Delayed speech & language: children not meeting common communication milestones
Speech difficulties: problems with making sounds and words where listeners can’t understand what your child is saying
Stuttering: interrupted flow of speech characterised by unusual stops, partial word repetitions ("b-b-boy") or prolonged sounds ("sssssnake")
Voice difficulties: strained, hoarse voice or loss of voice, may also cause pain or discomfort
Language difficulties: problems with understanding what other people say or trouble using words and sentences to express ideas
Difficulties in school classroom: listening and completing school tasks
Difficulty with social skills including making friends and withdrawing from social situations.
SSPG is also a registered NDIS Provider.