Helping Children to Learn and Grow
Learn and Grow offer Speech Pathology services to children aged 0-18years. Our team consists of four senior clinicians who have collectively had over 40 years experience. We specialise exclusively in paediatric Speech Pathology and are committed to using the most up-to-date treatment approaches that are currently available. We believe that working closely with parents and families is an essential step in delivering meaningful, client-centred services. Our Speech Pathologists will help your child to become a more confident communicator, and will make sure they feel motivated and excited about coming to their next Speech Pathology appointment.
Speech Pathology Services
Learn and Grow offer assessment and therapy services that target: - speech and articulation - childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) - expressive and receptive language - literacy - stuttering - late talking - autism - disability and AAC - social skills and play
When to seek Speech Therapy Advice
It can be hard to know whether or not your child’s communication skills are developing appropriately. Sometimes, parents might notice difficulties which are typical for their child’s current age and stage of development. In this case, a Speech Pathologist will recommend a ‘wait and see’ approach. However, sometimes parents notice difficulties that are in fact a result of communication delay or disorder. In this case, Speech Pathology can help your child to develop their skills and catch-up to their peers.
If you have concerns about the way your child communicates, the best thing to do is to seek advice from a qualified Speech Pathologist. Learn and Grow offer free parent consultations and honest, obligation-free advice. Call Brooke O’Brien, business director and Speech Pathologist, to speak about your concerns – we are here to help!
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Rosalie Children’s Centre provide holistic, family centred services that enhance child health and development. The centre is home to a consortium of paediatric specialists who work collaboratively to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and their families.