It can be a challenging time looking for answers to concerns about a loved one. Our team of speech pathologists and clinical psychologists are able to assist you and your child with therapy options and/or undertake a diagnostic assessment which will help you clarify your child’s needs and appropriate course of action.
Our team is able to provide assessment and intervention for speech, language, complex communication needs, fluency (stuttering), pragmatic language/social skills, literacy, attention and concentration, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) as well as helping with mealtimes/fussy eaters. Our aim is to work in partnership with families and educators to support children from the early intervention age group (0 to 5 years) through to school aged children and adolescents and provide support and advice during important transition times i.e. kindergarten to school.
To assist in clarifying your child’s needs we are able to provide a diagnostic service for children and adolescents suspected of having an autism spectrum disorder; global developmental delay; intellectual disability; genetic disorder; and/or challenging behaviour, and assists individuals with disability to access improved health and education services.
Our team of clinical psychologists can assist children and teens who are struggling with:
- Depression, low self-esteem and sadness
- Study and organisational skills
- Social problems
- Disordered eating and body image issues
- Frustration and difficult (defiant) behaviours
- Sleep problems
- Trauma, grief and loss
- Learning and attention problems
- Relationships and sexuality
- Challenges with disabilities – (Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, or other disability)
To book some time with a member of our team, contact us on 08 7325 8600.