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Speech Pathology Services

Communication therapy

Whatever your communication goal, we will help you achieve it through tailored therapy sessions at your home, in our clinics, at school or in the community. Your personal communication goals might include being able to clearly articulate sounds, say what you mean to say, be able to read and write and be able to speak smoothly without stuttering.
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Speech Pathology Services

Swallowing and Mealtime Management

If you have difficulties with eating, drinking or swallowing (dysphagia), Better Rehab Speech Pathologists can help. Common signs of dysphagia include coughing, gagging or choking while eating and/or drinking, frequent chest infections, or feeling as if food, drink or saliva is stuck in your throat or going down the wrong way. If you experience any of these symptoms, our Speech Pathologists can offer support by assessing your swallowing function, providing swallowing therapy and education, recommending diet modifications or referring you to medical specialists if further investigation is required. We can also develop mealtime management plans if you need assistance from others for safe eating and drinking.  
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Speech Pathology Services

Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Better Rehab Speech Pathologists can offer a wide range of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) services for participants who need additional support in communicating. These include training in unaided methods such as gestures and sign language, non-electronic communication boards or books and cutting-edge devices and products. Our Speech therapists can help you determine whether you will benefit from AAC systems and recommend appropriate assistive technology options for communication.    
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Speech Pathology Services

Building Social Skills and Relationships

If you have trouble interacting effectively or appropriately with others, a Speech Pathologist can help you develop social skills to have more enjoyable social interactions and more rewarding relationships with others. This can be helpful if you find it difficult to understand how others think and feel, how to start a conversation, or how to respond to people in appropriate ways.
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Positive Behaviour Support for Mental Health

Read how one of our PBS practitioners helped a participant cope with anxiety.

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Penny speaks words of affection with Speech Pathology

Penny finds her voice after a stroke with the help of her Speech Pathologist, Elly!

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Mayer’s wheelchair lets him seize the day

Mayer receives support from his Occupational Therapist Emma!

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