Speech Pathologists work with individuals who have difficulties with communication. Speech Pathologists assess and develop skills such as using speech and language to express thoughts and ideas, understanding spoken language, using and understanding written language, pronouncing sounds and speaking clearly, social use of language and pragmatics, stuttering and voice disorders. Speech Pathologists can also assess and manage swallowing disorders. At NextPath, we also specialise in working with individuals with Complex Communication needs and/or who require AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication).
At NextPath, we use an individual’s strengths and interests to develop their communication skills. We work with individuals with a range of communication difficulties that may be due to developmental delays or disabilities/intellectual disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, chromosomal disorders, genetic conditions or other learning difficulties.
To learn more about our speech pathology offering, please contact us.
... your child or young adult may benefit from Speech Pathology.