Speech Pathology forLanguage

Language difficulties include challenges individuals may face in understanding, producing, or using language effectively.

Symptoms can include:

  • Difficulty retrieving words
  • Difficulty producing meaningful spoken and written sentences.
  • Difficulty understanding spoken or written language.
  • Substituting sounds or whole words
  • Making grammatical errors.
  • Speaking haltingly or with effort
  • Changed ability to understand long and complex spoken or written information.

Commonly occurs with stroke, brain injury and brain tumours. Language difficulties in adolescents may be developmental.


What we can help with


Dysphagia is a medical term that refers to difficulty or discomfort with swallowing.

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Social Engagement

Social engagement refers to the active participation in social interactions, relationships, and activities.

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Cognitive Communication

Cognitive communication refers to the ability to use language and communication skills in conjunction with cognitive processes such as attention, memory, problem-solving, and reasoning.

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A voice disorder refers to any condition that affects the quality, pitch, loudness, or resonance of a person’s voice, leading to difficulties in communication.

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Stuttering, also known as stammering, is a speech disorder characterised by disruptions or interruptions in the normal flow of speech.

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Motor Speech

Motor Speech disorders are characterized by difficulty moving the muscles needed for speech production due to weakness or reduced coordination.

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Mobile, Telehealth and in-clinic Speech Pathology appointments for ages 13+