Mobile Speech Therapists Bass Hill helping children in the areas of Speech & Occupational Therapy
Welcome to the speech & OT Centre
Mobile Speech Therapists Bass Hill is a Paediatric service supporting children with difficulties in the areas of: Communication (talking and listening), sensory processing, fine/gross motor skills, play skills, and overall learning and concentration, particularly for children who present with developmental delays, autism and other disabilities. Speech Pathologist Sydney have our main centre located at Campsie and Lidcombe. We also offer a mobile service, so that we are able to come out to you. Our flexible hours, including appointments on Saturdays, mean that we can cater to your busy lifestyles.
Mobile Speech Therapists Bass Hill
Mobile Speech Therapists Bass Hill are trained to assess and treat children who present with difficulties in a number of developmental areas. We can then formulate a care plan individualised for your child to support them with their communication difficulties. Our vision is to deliver a culturally diverse, family centred service, incorporating evidence based practice, to work with your child’s strengths to empower you to take ownership of your child’s learning and development.
How do we work?
Mobile Speech Therapists Bass Hill offer the convenience of both mobile and centre based services, working individually with children and their families in their own homes, educational settings, and in a clinic setting. We also work closely with other professionals who may be involved in your child’s care, such as Pediatrician’s, Psychologists/Behavioural Clinicians, Physiotherapists and Educators, to provide a holistic approach to your child’s management. For a full list of services that we offer, please click here.
Speech Pathologist Sydney accept all types of funding, and offer the convenience of EFTPOS and HICPAS (participating health funds), for easy, on the spot payments and claims. We have bilingual speaking therapists, to deliver services in a variety of languages, including Arabic, Cantonese and Mandarin.