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Speech Language Pathology


The Speech Language Pathologist provides specialised assessment and assistance to students who may experience difficulties with speech, voice and fluency or language and communication. The SLP works as a member of the education team to provide support and therapy to ensure the student’s engaged participation in the school curriculum and community.

Speech Language Pathologists:

  • assist in developing and delivering programs
  • help the education team to adjust the communication demands of the curriculum
  • train teachers or teacher aides in ways they can support the child
  • consult with and provide resources to school staff, parents and the school community
  • liaise with other agencies.​