Injuries such as Stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury, or progressive neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease or Multiple Sclerosis. Communication and swallowing difficulties may also be present since childhood.
A Speech Pathologist can provide assessment and support for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Down’s syndrome, or Autism spectrum disorder.
Speech Pathologists work with individuals to empower them to make a meaningful difference in their lives. Through communication, we connect with people.
Assessment, goal setting, and rehabilitation is conducted in a client’s home, at one of our clinics, or in the community. Working with significant others (families or support workers) is an integral part of therapy to ensure our clients have the greatest opportunity to achieve their potential.