Shop 1, 41-43 Knox Street, Belmore 2192 Phone: 02 8065 1197 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services is a friendly, experienced and family centred practice offering assessments and therapy for children and adults. The speech pathology team provides services in speech, language, stuttering, social thinking, literacy and swallowing.
Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services is open for in-clinic an online therapy. Our team of Certified Practising Speech Pathologists offer evidence based services to change your life and enhance your world.
Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services is a NDIS provider.
Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services is the 2019 Canterbury Bankstown Local Business Awards Winner in Health Improvement Services, and Finalists in 2020 and 2021.
Telehealth appointments are available.
Returning to face to face in clinic sessions
Thank you to all the families and clients who continued Speech Pathology sessions online with us and kept consistency for yourself, child, and therapist.
We are working towards getting back to in clinic face to face sessions as quickly but safely as possible.
At this stage, we will continue your appointments and sessions using telehealth.
We are relieved that restrictions are lifting, but we are still required to continue with working from home.
We are checking with NSW Health, SafeWork NSW, Speech Pathology Australia, NSW Government and the AMAregularly to guide us in preparing our clinic to be safe and ready for us to provide appointments.
When we return:
We will offer in clinic & telehealth appointments.
To keep us all safe, a limit of one person can attend with each client. Services NSWQR code sign-in is required upon entry to assist with contact tracing.
We routinely hand wash and clean for each session; temperature checks are made on arrival; masks are required unless it impairs your communication or causes distress.
We have 2 indoor and 1 outdoor waiting areas to maintain social distancing.
You cannot enter the clinic, if you present with communicable illnesses, including the COVID-19 symptoms: coughing, runny nose or a fever.