Do you feel like your child is not at the same level as their siblings or peers in the areas mentioned above?
We can help your child improve their speech, and their reading and writing skills. Your child will start to enjoy learning new things, having better relationships with other children and adults, and gain new confidence at school which helps lead to improved results.
What we specialise in
- Speech: If your child is having trouble speaking clearly or pronouncing words then our qualified speech pathologists can help.
- Language/understanding: If your child is having trouble understanding instructions, understanding ideas and general conversation or can’t communicate their thoughts effectively, then we can help improve their communications skills.
- Literacy: If your child is having trouble reading and writing we can help with rapid improvement of their comprehension skills and writing skills.
- Social Skills: Does your child have trouble making new friends? We can help with your childs understanding of social situations, both verbal and non-verbal information, helping your child’s ability to make new friends
- Fluency/Stuttering: If your child is stuttering? We can help them speak more fluently and with greater confidence
Why work with the speech pathology team at Educare?
- We have highly experienced and qualified speech pathologists that love seeing improvement in the lives of children.
- We can have in-house joint sessions with Occupational Therapists to give your child faster and higher level improvement.
- We are the only Speech Pathology Teams in the Newcastle and Hunter area that has in-house support from Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Occupational Therapists.
- We help you as parents understand how you can help your child at home so they can progress and improve even faster.
Does your child need a screening test?
An assesment is important if your child is having trouble with:
- Understanding spoken language
- Following instructions
- Comprehension of verbal & written communication
- Socialising skills
- Pronunciation of words