Speech pathologists, also known as speech therapists, work with people of all ages who have communication or swallowing difficulties. They often work in a team with other health professionals to assess and treat people with a range of difficulties. These may include problems with speech, voice, using and understanding language, fluency, reading, writing and swallowing (dysphagia).
- Assessment and treatment of a range of communication and swallowing difficulties
Appointments may be made directly without a doctor's referral.
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The cost of speech pathology varies depending on the provider. Contact the service before you attend if you would like more information about cost.
Speech pathology may be partly or fully covered by Medicare.
Speech pathology fees are covered by some private health funds, but the amount will depend on your insurance policy. Contact your insurer for more information.