LS Speech Pathology provide high quality speech pathology services to people of all ages. We see infants as young as 2 years and adults up to 90+ years of age.
All LS Speech Pathology team members are Certified Practicing Speech Pathologists who are dedicated to providing evidence based, family centred therapy and interventions.
We provide services for children and adults with communication and swallowing difficulties. This includes those who have difficulties with speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, using their voice, as well as those who have difficulties swallowing food and drinking safely.
We are passionate about providing local services to local people. We strive to be a part of the community, we have connections with local GPs, schools, kindergartens, nursing homes and more. We believe strong relationships, helps to build stronger outcomes for our clients. We will work hard to provide the services that you are looking for, in the location and environment that works for you. We offer a variety of mobile and clinic based services, allowing a more personalised service and we understand that each person needs to be considered as an individual.
We have clinic locations in Cedar Grove, Yarrabilba and Logan Village. We also provide mobile services to Logan, Jimboomba, Beenleigh, Beaudesert and surrounds.
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what does a speech pathologist do?
Speech Pathologists assess, diagnose and treat a variety of different communication and swallowing disorders. They can work with people on the following areas:
Speech - referring to the way speech sounds are produced.
Language - the ability to understand and use language. This includes understanding instructions, asking and answering questions, formulating sentences and using a varied vocabulary.
Literacy - meaning the ability to read and spell. Literacy can be affected by oral language, reading fluency, phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary and reading comprehension.
Voice - this refers to the quality of the voice, whether it is rough, breathy or strained.
Fluency - or more commonly referred to as stuttering. Stuttering can include symptoms like repeating sounds, syllables and words, or blocking.
Dysphagia - referring to difficulties eating and drinking, difficulties chewing and swallowing food or drink.