Learning Links’ speech pathologists can help children under six with issues concerning eating, drinking, language and listening skills and social interaction.
When a child has a disability or delay in development, speech and language are frequently affected. A speech pathologist is often a key team member working with that child and their family. Even before talking starts, speech pathologists look at how a child communicates, and, together with the family, explores way to make communicating enjoyable and rewarding.
Speech therapy is offered through early intervention groups and through courses for families. In each of these, the emphasis is on sharing skills and ideas amongst those closest to the child, so that language stimulation becomes part of everyday life.
Visit Speech Pathology Australia for more information about how our speech pathologists can contribute to your child’s learning and development.
Children under six. Please note that there are eligibility criteria for services that receive government funding.
If your child has a disability or delay in development, you may be able to access Speech Pathology through a program that is funded by the government, either fully or in part. Learning Links is an approved provider for Helping Children with Autism and Better Start (FaHCSIA funding).
Level 1, 46B Reservoir Road, Mt Pritchard NSW 2170
12-14 Pindari Road, Peakhurst NSW 2210