Speech Pathology

What is Speech Pathology?

Speech pathologists study, diagnose and treat communication disorders, including difficulties with speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using voice. They work with people who have difficulty communicating because of developmental delays, stroke, brain injuries, learning disability, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, dementia and hearing loss, as well as other problems that can affect speech and language. People who experience difficulties swallowing food and drink safely can also be helped by a speech pathologist.

For more information visit Speech Pathology Australia.

Speech Pathology at TLC

TLC provides assessment and therapy for children and adults who may be having difficulty with communication (expressive/receptive language, speech sounds, stuttering) and feeding. Therapy is available in our Milton and Bay and Basin Centres as well as in schools, day programs and other community settings.