Speech Pathology helps children to develop communication skills such as:
It also helps parents and carers to strengthen effective communication strategies.
Speech Pathologists work with children in regards to:
At 3 years of age, someone who only sees your child occasionally should be able to understand 80 per cent of what they say.
Speech pathology can also help children who have difficulties with eating, drinking or swallowing.
Children often experience frustration when they are not able to make themselves understood.
Speech Pathology can help children:
Speech Pathology is offered as an early intervention program at The Infants' Home through the Allied Health team.
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