What is a Speech Pathologist?


A ‘Speechie’ is professionally trained to advise, diagnose and work with both children and adults who have a communication disability.

We work in all of the following areas:

  • Language

  • Articulation

  • Fluency (Stuttering)

  • Voice

  • Pragmatics

  • Eating / Drinking

When & how to contact a Speechie?


  • If you are concerned about your child’s development

  • Your child is getting frustrated, aggressive or even withdrawn from socialising or communicating

  • Your child doesn’t remember new vocabulary

  • They dribble excessively

  • Their sentence length is very short & not improving

  • Your child has difficulty concentrating/paying attention

  • Speak to your preschool teacher, what do they think about your child’s communication?


Our Services:


We are open 6 days a week at two convenient Inner West locations. We offer centre based intervention in both Earlwood and Leichhardt, as well as school and home visits upon request. A holistic approach is always taken to ensure that every professional working with your child is on board.


Assessments: Diagnostic assessment to provide you with information about your child's receptive and expressive language skills. Assessments are usually 60 minutes long and parents, medical professionals and schools are provided with a comprehensive report.


Interventions: An individual learning program is tailor made for your child. Sessions are typically 30-45 minutes long, depending on you child's needs. Children are often given homework scrapbooks and resources for extra home and school/pre-school practise.


School/Pre-school visits: Arranged on request for further communication with staff. Observations and assessments can also be conducted here.


We are members of Speech Pathology Australia. Click here for tips on helping your baby to talk!