Speech pathologists at Ballarat Community Health work closely with parents and carers to help support a child’s growth and development in all areas of communication and eating/feeding.
We also provide a paediatric speech pathology service for clients between the ages of 18 months and 18 years who present with a range of communication and eating/feeding difficulties.
Speech pathologists are able to assess and treat the following areas:
- Speech – the production of speech sounds or how a child can be understood by others in conversation.
- Language – the understanding of concepts, following directions, listening, telling stories, using words to communicate needs and wants.
- Pragmatic language skills – the use of communication skills in social situations.
- Fluency – otherwise known as stuttering or dysfluency.
- Eating/feeding skills – children who present as picky eaters or problem feeders.
Speech pathology services are offered at the Ballarat Community Health Lucas site.
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For more information or to make an appointment, make an enquiry via the customer service menu to the right-hand side of your screen or, alternatively, call us directly on (03) 5338 4500.