• Helping people reach their potential in speech, language and literacy.

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  • Helping people reach their potential in speech, language and literacy.

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  • Helping people reach their potential in speech, language and literacy.

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      • Children

        Our goal is to identify each child's strengths and assist them developing skills within their area of need.

      • Adults

        Assessment and intervention services tailored specifically to the needs of each individual client and their family.

      • NDIS

        We are registered providers of disability supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

    • Questions

      • How much does it cost to see a Speech Pathologist?

        Newcastle Speech Pathology is committed to keeping services accessible. We are registered providers with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), panel providers under the Better Start initiative and Helping Chil…

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      • Why choose Newcastle Speech Pathology?

        Newcastle Speech Pathology offers a personalised, professional service. We are family focused, working with clients to set meaningful, achievable goals which fit with family life. Alison is committed to providing the lat…

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      • What age groups do you work with?

        The short answer is 'all ages'. Communication is a skill we develop from birth throughout our lifespan. Challenges to our communication can occur at any stage in our development. This could be due to congenital disord…

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    • Recent Posts

      • At What Age is a Child Considered To Be a ‘Late Talker’?

        It’s easy to compare our kids’ development to others’. We see our friends whose kids are already initiating conversations and naming pictures in books, and we wonder why our precious toddler is still using gestures and grunts to commu…

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      • 10 Tips for Communicating with People with Aphasia

        Have you ever heard of the word ‘aphasia’, and wondered what it means? You’re not alone. Research shows that public awareness and understanding of aphasia in Australia is low, and this affects research, funding, and opportunities for …

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      • How To Read Dialogically With Your Child

        Dialogic reading. Perhaps you’ve come across this word while reading through articles and websites and have wondered what it means. At its core, ‘dialogic’ simply refers to ‘dialogue’ - the act of discussing and talking about some…

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      • There Are Many Ways To Praise Our Kids! 

        We all know that words are powerful, and that it feels good to be encouraged. There’s a lot of research that points towards the importance of praising our children, but there’s often a lack of information on how to do so effectively.  …

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    • The Team

      • Alison

        Principal Speech Pathologist
      • Bec

        Certified Practising Speech Pathologist
      • Emilia

        Certified Practising Speech Pathologist
      • Madeleine

        Media & Marketing
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