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02 9845 0793


Level 3 Hainsworth St,
Westmead NSW 2145

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The SLLC provides assessment and therapy services for infants, pre-schoolers and school-age children. We also provide services for adolescents and young adults with communication needs.



When starting your speech pathology journey with us, we would normally begin with an assessment. Assessments take place at our clinic and generally last between 60 to 90 minutes. Following the assessment, your speech pathologist will determine whether you will receive a summary report or a comprehensive report based on your consultation.

If you have recently undergone a thorough assessment elsewhere and can provide a report detailing the results, we can offer you therapy without an assessment. If you're uncertain whether your child would benefit from a speech pathology assessment, don't hesitate to reach out to us. Our speech pathologists can have a phone discussion with you to address your concerns. 



At the SLLC, we offer a range of effective therapy interventions to address various communication challenges. Our interventions are tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual, whether they are struggling with articulation, language development, fluency, or other speech-related or feeding issues. We utilise evidence-based techniques and approaches, while ensuring our treatment remains engaging and interactive. All of our clinicians work closely with our clients and their families to track progress, provide ongoing support, and empower them to enhance their communication skills in their daily lives. Our ultimate goal is to help individuals overcome their speech and language challenges, fostering improved communication and overall quality of life.

We deliver services through: 

  • 1:1 therapy
  • 1:2 therapy
  • Small group therapy
  • Telehealth


Special Interest Areas

  • Articulation and phonology
  • Early language development
  • School-age and adolescent language
  • Literacy and reading
  • Stuttering and fluency
  • Neurodiversity (including autism spectrum disorder and ADHD)
  • Social communication
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Childhood apraxia of speech
  • Feeding/ Picky eaters
  • Developmental disabilities (Global developmental delay, Down Syndrome etc)