Speech Therapy For Kids in Penrith, Oran Park, Bella Vista & Kingswood
At Chatterbox Speech Pathology we want the best for your child. Our speech therapists and speech pathologists are kind and caring. They are passionate about working with children and helping your child to realise their true potential – with 4 clinics across Sydney in Bella Vista, Oran Park, Kingswood and Penrith.
Our speech pathology clinics provide a warm friendly environment where your child’s needs will be supported and their gains will be celebrated. All of our Speech Pathologists and speech therapists share a passion for working with children and families to best support their learning goals.
Our speech therapists and speech pathologists are committed to empowering children and families with communication skills which foster learning and encourage your child to join in on activities at home and within the community. We can provide care for children suffering from stuttering, apraxia of speech, autism spectrum disorder, lisps and assist with literacy development in early childhood, expressive language disorders, receptive language disorders and articulation disorders.
Speech Therapist Sydney
With speech pathology clinics in Bella Vista, Oran Park and Penrith, we proudly also offer our services to local Baulkham Hills, Jamisontown, Werrington Downs, Cranebrook, Glenbrook, Castle Hill, Emu Plains, Glenwood, Kellyville, Kingswood and Seven Hills residents.
WHAT DOES A SPEECH PATHOLOGIST DO?
Paediatric Speech Pathologists are trained to assess and provide speech therapy for children who may experience communication and speech difficulties. The disorders could be related to language, socialising, communicating with other people, speaking, listening, writing, reading, and even using your voice.
Some of these difficulties may be caused by developmental issues, brain injuries, intellectual disabilities, dementia, or other problems that could be related to speech and language development.
What conditions can a speech pathologist help treat?
The common issues Speech Pathologists can help with are:
Who will be my child's speech pathologist?
Your child and your family are important to us and we want to help your child reach their potential. You will see the same therapist every time you visit us at the clinic. This means that your child and family become familiar with the therapist who will lead your child’s communication journey. This also means the therapist will become familiar with how your child learns as their skills change and develop.
All of our therapists have a university degree in the minimum and are members of our professional body Speech Pathology Australia. Our therapists have experience working with children of all ages with a range of communication disorders and needs, including: language, speech, reading, spelling, stuttering and social skills.
Our Therapists are required to continually update their skills. They attend regular Professional Development Workshops so that they can continue to provide Chatterbox families with the most up-to date, research based therapy.
FIND A LOCAL SPEECH PATHOLOGIST IN SYDNEY
With clinics across Sydney in Bella Vista, Kingswood, Oran Park and Penrith, we proudly also offer our services to local Baulkham Hills, Jamisontown, Werrington Downs, Cranebrook, Glenbrook, Castle Hill, Emu Plains, Glenwood, Kellyville, Kingswood and Seven Hills residents.
Why choose Chatterbox Speech Pathology?
No matter what the reason, you are our priority and we are committed to helping your child improve, and stay that way.
That’s why we do what we do. We are famous for our incredible results with:
Teaching children to understand better
Teaching children to learn how to read and write
Teaching children to talk
Speech Pathologists are specifically trained toassess and treat your child’s communication skills.
Don’t wait. Early intervention has been proven to help children achieve their best both now and for later success. In general these difficulties do not just ‘go away’. Your child is not having these difficulties because they are lazy. You may find they are starting to avoid situations where they have to talk, or will become frustrated when they have to do their homework.
This is because it is simply hard for them. A parent does not cause their child to have these difficulties, however a parent who has found the right advice and support can help their child to achieve success.
Speech Pathology Funding Options:
There are options available to help you support your child with Occupational therapy and speech therapy services. We are able to process: Medicare, Private Health, National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), FaHCSIA, Better Start and Helping Children With Autism (HCWA) funding for both assessment and therapy in our clinics.