Speech & Language Therapy

What is Speech & Language Therapy?

Speech and Language Therapy aims to maximise a person’s ability to communicate effectively with others across different contexts. Communication plays an important role in life as it allows individuals to make sense of the world around them, interact meaningfully with others and express their thoughts and feelings.

Communication can occur in various forms, such as the use of non-verbals (e.g. gestures and facial expressions), spoken words, or through assistive technology (e.g. typing on an iPad). A speech-language therapist can assess and provide suitable intervention based on the needs of each individual.

Applications of Speech and Language Therapy

  • Developmental language delays/disorders
  • Speech delays/disorder (e.g. unclear speech, difficulties with articulation)
  • Social communication and pragmatic difficulties
  • Augmentative and alternative communication (e.g. Picture Exchange Communication System)
  • Auditory processing difficulties
  • Hearing impairment

Speech and Language Therapy Programmes

We offer assessment and intervention for children and young adults up to 18 years old.

Programmes offered include:

Engage with Language (Group Therapy Programme)
– Small-group sessions conducted in-centre or online
– Hourly sessions with tailored goals
– Opportunities for peer learning through observation and practice 

1-to-1 Therapy Sessions
– Conducted in-centre or online
– Hourly sessions with tailored goals

YOUR participation matters! We strongly encourage parents and caregivers to join in sessions whenever appropriate.

Our speech-language therapists also offer integrated therapy group programmes in combination with other therapy disciplines.