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Speech and Language Pathology

Our friendly, highly skilled speech and language pathology team works with people with spoken and non-spoken communication challenges.

Our speech pathologists can provide support to individuals experiencing difficulties with communication, language and swallowing.

Our vast array of experienced clinicians equips us to support our clients with the best quality of care.

We provide the best quality of care and education for our clients and the people who support them.

Our speech and language therapists treat a wide range of communication and feeding difficulties.

Find out more or get in touch to talk to us about your needs.

Speech and Language Pathology with Therapy Pro

Our speech and language pathologists go by many names. In Australia, they can also be known as speech therapists, speech pathologists, speech and language therapists, or even ‘speechies’! 

What they all have in common, however, is a vast array of experience that equips them to support a wide range of communication and feeding disorders. 

We provide education for our clients and the people who support them as well as the highest standard of care to achieve lasting outcomes.

Here are some of what our highly skilled Speech and Language Pathologists team can do:

  • Provide ongoing therapy to improve our clients’ speech, language, fluency, literacy and voice
  • Help individuals who experience difficulties swallowing food and drink by adapting the types of food they eat, as well as teaching techniques that enable safe swallowing
  •  Support people who are unable to use words or sounds to form speech, or who may use non-verbal communication tools to express thoughts, intentions and needs
  • Work with people with autism, intellectual disability, developmental delays, losses occurring after a stroke or brain injury, learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, dementia or hearing loss
  •  Facilitate training for families and carers that improves the individual’s swallowing and/or communication, including use of the Sequenced Oral Sensory Program for feeding, communication app training (such as Proloquo2go), or the use of specific communication techniques and strategies

Other common
Speech and Language Pathology supports we offer

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NDIS and Occupational Therapy

We’re a registered NDIS provider of therapy services, specialising in working with clients who have NDIS plans or who are preparing to access the NDIS. We provide full support in navigating what can be a complicated system, making it easier than ever for people to access the services they need to make the most of every day. 

We work with all ages

Speech and Language Pathology for Children

Our therapists support clients from babies through to ageing adults, working with toddlers, young children, adolescents and adults across the age spectrum.

We offer flexible services, with speech and language pathologist services available both face-to-face or via telehealth.

Our face-to-face services can occur in whichever environment is most comfortable for you. Whether that’s your home, school, or workplace, the local library or park, we’re focused on providing flexible and empathetic support services that are highly tailored to your needs.

With the strength of the Therapy Pro team of practitioners behind them, our therapists work both individually and with our clients’ families, collaborating to provide multidisciplinary care and support.

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an incredible Speech and Language Pathologist.

Why Speech and Language Pathology with Therapy Pro

Straightforward. Outcome oriented. Delivered with care.

High-quality service

Therapy Pro provides high-quality, practical allied health therapy services that make a difference in people’s lives - and has done for years within Australia.

Team environment

Our therapists want to help you achieve the best results possible, and work together across the following specialist areas to ensure you have the right support at the right time.

Made for you

Our services are tailored to each individual client, their needs and goals, and we have expertise in working with clients from early intervention to ageing adults.

The therapy services you need, delivered the way you want.


Meet some of our
Speech and Language Pathologists

Sydney West
Telehealth & In person
Shirley L
Speech Pathologist

Shirley is determined to help clients achieve their communication goals and build their independence. She has worked with individuals with disabilities in speech, language, fluency, and augmentative and alternative communication. Whilst Shirley is confident working with clients across the lifespan, her interest area is early language intervention.

Sydney North
Telehealth & In person
Lauren W
Speech Pathologist

Lauren works with adults, supporting clients with swallowing, speech, language and voice difficulties. She has experience supporting clients with progressive neurological conditions and post-stroke rehabilitation and has a special interest in swallowing and mealtime management.

Melbourne South East
Telehealth & In person
Joanne B
Speech Pathologist

Jo works with adults in Melbourne’s South East. She has experience working in private practice, aged care, and hospital settings working with a variety of adults with communication difficulties due to stroke, dementia and neurological conditions and disability.
Jo works with clients to provide support across all communication areas with a special interest in dysphagia and expressive and receptive language difficulties.

Telehealth I In person
Annie D
Senior Speech Pathologist

Annie works primarily with adults to assess and manage communication and swallowing difficulties. She has worked for over 15 years in a hospital environment providing neurological rehabilitation services, and has a particular interest and skill set in working with communication changes following a stroke, as well as with clients presenting with neurodegenerative diseases (e.g. Parkinson’s Disease).

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Frequently Asked Questions

This will generally take up to an hour, with the structure depending on the individual circumstances, age of the client and goal of the overall assessment. We’ll do a detailed case history and review the client’s current communication skills. This will allow us to devise individual therapy goals based on specific needs and desired outcomes. A comprehensive assessment of the client’s speech and language skills would usually be completed over 2-3 sessions.

A swallowing assessment will include a case history, with our speech pathologist assessing the face and mouth muscles of the client. This is followed by an observation of the client eating or drinking particular foods that they recommend. This allows us to then suggest food/drink modifications, as well as eating strategies.

We pride ourselves in being able to offer Speech and Language Pathology across Australia via our industry-leading telehealth platform.
Alongside that, our in-person coverage includes (but is not limited to, and is ever growing) the list below:
Townsville, Sunshine Coast, North Brisbane, South Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Gold Coast, Moreton Bay, Melbourne and Sydney

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From our team

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Occupational Therapist