• 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

    • August Theme: Language and Laughter

      Week 1 – Laughter is the best medicine Everyone loves a good belly-aching laugh. With the busyness and complexities of family life, it can seem to be a long time between laughs. The old adage ‘laughter is the best medicine’ rings t…

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    • L.O.V.E. Are we communicating it clearly?

      I love a good Romcom. There’s always a bit of tension and angst between the lead characters, usually fuelled by miscommunication. They both have the feeling of love, but neither seem to be able to really communicate it. After many ups and…

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    • July Theme: Using What you’ve Already Got!

      Week 1: Skip the Trip to the Shops Children learn language skills by interacting with those familiar to them. One way to encourage such interactions is by playing fun games. Now, before you head straight to the shopping centre to buy mor…

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  • The Team

    • Alison

      Principal Speech Pathologist
    • Bec

      Speech Pathologist
    • Caitlin

      Speech Pathologist
    • Grace

      Speech Pathologist and Business Development Officer
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