Helping kids reach their full potential through clear communication. We offer assessment and treatment for children and adolescents requiring:
Speech and articulation therapy
Literacy and reading assistance
Social skills development
Fluency and stuttering
Speech problems in Adults can impact socially, educationally, professionally, interpersonally and emotionally. We're here to help and offers a range services to assist you, including with;
Adult voice concerns
Adult reading, writing, literacy assistance
Therapy following stroke
Unique Speech is now offering the services of very skilled and keen therapists in training to assist you with your therapy goals.
Therapy Assistants are trained and work under the supervision of your Speech Pathologist to provide services to you and your family, implementing the strategies and recommendations of your usual Speech Pathologist. TAs help to support your child and build their skills to help reach their goals faster.
Language Development Centre Applications
LDCs are specialised schools that assist students in pre-primary, year 1 and year 2 with developmental language concerns, with the ultimate purpose of returning students to mainstream schools. They focus on the development of oral language skills that provide the foundation for literacy, social and academic skills.
The assessment and application process is quite complex and Unique Speech are proud to work with families that wish to apply for these highly sought after positions. The application process usually occurs in Term 3 for the following year, but please contact us for further information or to reserve an assessment as places fill quickly.
We are currently developing a series of information sessions and workshops for new mums, in preparation for school and literacy difficulties. If you would like to register your interest please contact us.
Screens are great at assessing a broad range of skills, looking at where we can focus learning goals and to give baseline measures. Generally performed in Kindy or Pre-primary, screens allows us to identify children who's speech, language and literacy skills are not at the expected level and may benefit from additional assistance.
Tutoring can help children "catch up" on their learning and "keep up" with their peers in the school environment. If you feel your child would benefit form one on one tutoring or your child's teacher has some concerns, we can help. Group sessions are also available during school holidays.