What is Speech Pathology?
Speech pathology works with adults and children who have difficulty communicating. Speech Pathologists assess, diagnose and treat communication delays and disorders. For instance, this includes difficulties with speech, language (both oral and written), swallowing, fluency and voice.
We work with children from 0 – 18 years who have difficulty with communication and/or literacy. That is to say, we assess, diagnose and treat difficulties with speech, language, reading and fluency. Consequently the speech pathologists at GAHC are registered with Helping Children with Autism (HCWA).