Speech Pathologist

At Have a Chat Speech Pathology we aim to make language, learning and literacy fun every step of the way. We are an innovative clinic offering a wide range of services to children by our experienced speech pathologists.

Have a Chat Speech Pathology is highly experienced in the assessment and treatment of communication difficulties in children. We aim to design therapy goals and strategies to enable your child to gain the most from sessions. We provide therapy in both schools and private practice. At Have a Chat Speech Pathology we work closely with families, teachers and other professionals to ensure your child reaches their full potential.

We provide therapy services for children aged 12 months to 16 years of age with the following communication difficulties:

–       Speech and Articulation Delays
–       Receptive and Expressive Language Delays/Disorder
–       Dyspraxia
–       Voice Disorders
–       Stuttering
–       Autism/PDD-NOS
–       Developmental/Delays
–       Literacy Difficulties: Reading, Spelling and Writing
–       Phonological Awareness
–       Auditory Memory Delays


If your child is not meeting their developmental milestones and/or is having difficulty with any of the following areas it is recommended that you contact our speech pathologist to discuss your concerns.

–       Using grammar
–       Following instructions
–       Producing sentences
–       Clearly articulating their words/sounds
–       Literacy (reading, spelling and writing)
–       Completing school work
–       Stutter or fluency
–       Social skills/playing with other children
–       Answering questions and understanding stories.

Have a Chat Speech Pathology is registered with Medicare for the Enhanced Primary Care Plan and is a recognised provider with many private health funds. Have a Chat is also a FaHCSIA approved service for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Contact us on 9832 0332 to make an appointment with our Speech Pathologists at The Children’s Doctor.


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