We work with a range of communication support needs in speech, language and learning areas. These include speech sound disorders, language delays and disorders, autism spectrum support, social cognition difficulties, childhood apraxia of speech, and complex communication support needs.
What we do
We are a team of experienced, certified, practising speech pathologists, providing assessment, treatment and training services to children and families throughout Tasmania.
‘Speech therapy is much more than the ability to speak words. This understanding has made all the difference for us.’
How we do it
We know that every person and every family is different and your therapy support needs to recognise that.
We listen to you.
We’re highly qualified registered professionals, and we use formal assessment and review processes.
Our flexible, creative and resourceful team has your functional therapy outcome in mind. Your individual needs are our priority, and we will recommend a program of therapy that works for you.
Effective support takes a team. We work with individuals, parents and families, and other support providers. Put us on your team!
‘Our therapist has given me strategies to manage some of my daughter’s behaviours, as well as her anxiety in certain situations. Being able to do that has actually decreased my own stress and anxiety. We’re seeing a definite improvement.’
We’re all different — and that’s good! We want to support each individual to be happy, whole and learning.
- We’re here to provide expert intervention tailored to your needs
- We value all families
- We understand individuals and learning styles
- We advocate for members of our community who are differently abled
- We support clients to recognise their strengths and remove their obstacles
- We have our goals set on function, independence and wellbeing
‘Now I have the strength to think that maybe things can be done differently.’
‘A lot of people treat our daughter like a child, but our therapist doesn’t do that. She treats her with the respect she deserves as an adult — but at her level. That’s even more than just respect; there’s a real understanding of the person.’