Voicebox Speech Pathology

Speech Pathology services for people of all ages and abilities in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and Maitland

Voicebox Speech Pathology provides high quality, person-centred, caring services delivered by experienced Speech Pathologists.

We are passionate about assisting children and adults to achieve the best possible outcomes and reach their full potential.

Our Speech Pathologists have extensive experience working with children and adults of all abilities with complex eating and drinking, communication and literacy needs.

All of our Speech Pathologists are Certified Practising Speech Pathologists and members of Speech Pathology Australia.

We provide assessment and therapy services for children and adults in the following areas of communication and swallowing:

  • Speech
  • Language
  • School-Readiness
  • Literacy & Phonological Awareness
  • Social Communication
  • Stuttering / Dysfluency
  • Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Eating / Drinking / Swallowing
Speech

We provide assistance to children and adults

Language

We provide assistance to children and adults who have difficulty

School-Readiness
If you are not sure if your child is ready for school or how to help your child be school-ready, we can help.
Social Communication

A child or adult may be referred who has difficulty with social communication skills which impact their ability to make meaningful social connections in their community.

Literacy & Phonological Awareness

We provide assistance to children and adolescents who have difficulty with early literacy skills, reading and spelling.

Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)
Voicebox Speech Pathology specialises in assessment, development and implementation of a wide range of augmentative and alternative communication systems
Stuttering / Dysfluency
Our staff have expertise in assessing and providing therapy to children and adults who have stuttering or dysfluency present in their speech.
Eating / Drinking / Swallowing
Voicebox Speech Pathology has extensive experience in assessment and management of children and adults with swallowing or eating and drinking difficulties.