At StGiles we recognise the ability to communicate is a basic human right.
Speaking is only part of communicating. A Speech Pathologist encompasses all aspects of communication including speech, writing, reading, symbols and gestures in overcoming communication difficulties. We provide thorough assessments and therapy services for those experiencing delays in reaching their milestones, who are talking less than their peers, having difficulties following instructions, stuttering or getting stuck on words, having difficulties being understood by others, have a harsh or nasal voice quality, find it challenging to interact with others or who have difficulties with eating and drinking.
As you don’t generally need a referral from a GP it’s easy to visit us at StGiles to be treated by one of our Speech Therapists. We offer screening, comprehensive assessment, consultative services, parent/carer education sessions, individual therapy and group therapy options, prescription of special needs equipment and even training for other professionals.
StGiles offers both public and private Speech Pathology services.
See the ability within.
'PLUS' Speech Pathology
“Therapy Plus” offers you the option to access StGiles’ expertise and high standards of therapy for children and adults as a Private Service.
You can choose to receive therapy where it suits you - in one of our purpose-built modern centres in Hobart or Launceston, our clinic in Devonport, at home, in your community or at a school. Really, just about anywhere that is best for you.
Our Hobart, Launceston and Devonport based Speech Therapists can assist adults and children who are having difficulties being understood by others, following instructions, putting sentences together, reading, feeding or if they are stuttering. We are also able to help you or your child with your high tech communication needs including eye gaze, computer based and iPad systems.
Use Medicare, your Private Health Insurance, self-fund or with NDIS, HCWA or Better Start funding packages
Discuss your options today.