Some children have difficulty producing the speech sounds appropriate
for their age. We can assess your child’s speech and provide assistance
to correct their speech sound errors.
If your child finds it hard to talk without repeating sounds
or words, without getting stuck on words or elongating
sounds we can help by providing the strategies to assist
them to achieve fluent speech.
Does your child struggle to express themselves in sentences
using the correct words or find it difficult to understand what
is said to them? We can assist your child to improve these skills.
Is your child finding it hard to learn the skills required
to read or finding understanding written words difficult?
We can help teach your child to look for the patterns
in words and make sense of written text.
If you are concerned about your child’s speech, we can assist with treatment to address this.
If your child is a late talker or is struggling to put together sentences that make sense, we can help.
Your child’s or your own stutter can be treated. To find out how we can assist, give us a call.
Does your child find it hard to listen to and interpret instructions? We can teach active listening skills.
Speech Sound Difficulties
Expressive Language Difficulties
Is it hard for your child to remember what is said to him? Does he/she get mixed up when following instructions? Does your child misinterpret concepts such as in, on, under, before/after, etc? Do you have to repeat instructions several times for your child to comply? There are things that you can do to help…
Spelling and Reading Difficulties
Early Language Groups
Social Skills Groups
If your child needs help to understand the rules and conventions around making and maintaining friendships, dealing with difficult people, starting and continuing a conversation, working within a group is the most appropriate way to demonstrate and practice social skills with other children under the supervision of a trained professional.
Staff at Stirling Speech Pathology has a wide variety of special training and interests to assess children and adults with speech, language and literacy issues ranging from mild to severe. We keep up with the latest treatment protocols and wherever possible implement those methods that are both cost effective and evidence-based.
Christine Wells – Director and Managing Clinician
We have the perfect combination of young enthusiasm and wise experience amongst our clinicians all of whom are continually updating their skills and sharing their knowledge with the other clinicians. Treatment is carried out either individually or in a group, whichever is deemed most effective, and our clinicians are happy to consider home/school/community visits. So if you are interested in individual or group therapy or would like to explore the options for school services contact us today.