Mobile Speech and Language Therapy:
Melbourne - immediate availability in footscray and surrounding suburbs
Are you looking for speech and language therapy in the Melbourne area?
Communicate Speech is now offering a telepractice service
Available in the comfort of your home at a time that suits you. All you need is a laptop/iPad, internet connection and a webcam!
Communicate Speech Pathology Telehealth can help! We have been helping clients across Australia access therapy when face-to-face is not possible.
You will have your own dedicated Speech Pathologist chosen from our highly experienced therapy team. The same therapist will work with you each week as they help you to achieve your communication goals.
Communicate Speech can provide all your speech & language therapy services and the great news is we come to you anywhere in the Melbourne region.
We service our valued clients of all ages at home, day care, preschool, primary and high school, supported workplaces and aged care facilities. Gain new communication skills in an environment most comfortable for you and your loved ones.
Why do we choose to be a mobile service?
“Communicate Speech provide our students, teachers and parents with outstanding support. The therapists we have worked with have always been very caring and responsive to our students’ needs. They collaborate effectively with our teachers to ensure that the strategies used in speech sessions are reinforced in classrooms.
The Communicate Speech team have provided an exceptional service to our community for the last three years. We highly recommend their services.”
– Western Sydney Public School
Our Point of Difference
Communicate Speech Pathology provides our services for adults and children in the following areas in the Melbourne region:
- Melbourne and surrounds
- Western Melbourne and Surrounds
- Pascoe Vale
- Moonee Ponds
- Eastern Melbourne and Surrounds
Our sessions can be conducted in the home, school, pre-school or work environment and our 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)
- 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