Mobile Speech and Language Therapy:

Immediate availability in North East Melbourne

Are you looking for speech and language therapy in the Melbourne area?

Founded in 2004, communication and speech is in our DNA

We developed our community-based mobile service to give our clients access to therapy in an environment in which they feel comfortable and where the generalisation of new skills can best occur

Struggling to find an available Speech Pathologist in the Melbourne area due to your location or waiting lists?

NDIS funding due to expire and you can’t find a therapist to help you with your speech and language requirements?

We have immediate availability in Footscray and surrounding suburbs. 

Communicate Speech can provide all your speech and language services, and the great news is we come to you. 

Our Speech Pathologists work closely with families, teachers, carers and other professionals to ensure the communication needs of our clients are fully met. 

We believe in recognising and developing the abilities of children and adults and have developed a variety of interventions to support all communication disorders including; individual speech and language therapy, early intervention speech therapy, preschool screenings and school readiness testing, school-based individual and group therapy and parent and teacher support programs. 

Our therapists are fully qualified professionals who have completed their training in Speech Pathology at Universities across Australia. Each therapist is a Practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia.

Here at Communicate, we are dedicated to keeping our professional knowledge up to date so that we can provide the highest possible care to our clients. 

Melbourne Speech Therapy - Communicate Speech


Communicate Speech Pathology provides our community-based services in the following areas in the Melbourne Areas:

Melbourne and surrounds

Western Melbourne and Surrounds
Pascoe Vale
Moonee Ponds

Eastern Melbourne and Surrounds


Communicate Speech can provide all your speech & language therapy services. As a community-based practice, the great news is we come to you anywhere in the Melbourne region.

We service our valued clients of all ages at home, daycare, preschool, primary and high school, supported workplaces and aged care facilities. 

Our mobile-based approach allows our clients to gain new communication skills in an environment most comfortable for them and their loved ones.

Why do we choose to be a mobile service?

Mobile speech therapy is a convenient and comfortable way to improve your communication skills. Our therapists work directly with parents, carers and teachers to ensure therapy goals successfully generalise across all environments.

Our Point of Difference

We differentiate ourselves from other Speech Pathology practices through the quality of our offering, our highly trained staff, value-for-money services, reliability and our unique vision. We are qualified speech pathology experts with a tried and tested approach to speech therapy that ensures excellent outcomes for those under our care.

Our team of highly experienced therapists with their wealth of knowledge always strive to go above and beyond for our clients.

Our speech therapists are practising members of Speech Pathology Australia and
actively participate in the Professional Self-Regulation program.

Skilled Therapists, Compassionate Care

At Communicate Speech Pathology, our therapists are not only selected for their
clinical and evidence based technical skills but also for their passion and commitment to enhancing the lives of those with communication disorders.

Our Clients

As a community-based practice our sessions can be conducted in the home, school, pre-school, aged-care settings or work environments. telehealth services are also available when face-to-face is not possible. Our trained therapists are experienced in dealing with a range of speech and language difficulties including:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Speech disorders e.g. lisp
  • Childhood apraxia of speech (Dyspraxia)
  • Stuttering
  • Fragile X syndrome
  • Down Syndrome
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Literacy difficulties
  • Communication in the aged care setting
  • Dysphagia in the adult population
  • Adult speech and language disorders
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Hearing Impairments
  • Learning disorders/difficulties
  • Developmental Delays
  • Individuals of non-English speaking background
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Language delays

Contact us

As a mobile service the best way to contact us to give us a call or complete the form below. Please provide information on the type of communication disorder so we can best assist you.