Speech pathologists assess and treat people who have difficulties communicating. They cover all kinds of communication including speech, writing, reading, and the use of signs, symbols and gestures.

Speech pathologists also work with people who have difficulties swallowing food and drink.

We can help:

  • People who stutter, have difficulty swallowing, or have other speech and language difficulties
  • Children who are experiencing general difficulties with talking and understanding language
  • Children with autism or cerebral palsy

Our speech pathology services are provided on a one-to-one basis or in groups.

For more information, please contact:

Aged and Community Health Service Access on 5155 8367

When you contact us about our allied health or aged services, or are referred to us, the first person you talk to is usually part of our ACH Service Access team. They will:

  • take or confirm your contact details
  • talk to you about your needs
  • give you information about our services and your rights and responsibilities as a client of GLCH
  • discuss eligibility and fees for the service, and
  • organise an appointment for you or arrange for a service to contact you

For more information contact: 5155 8367