Event held on June 30

Speech Pathology - Mitchell

Provided by: Vital Health - Roma

Event runs from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Weekly on Wednesday

Appointments available.

About the Event

Appointment Required.


Speech Pathologists assist both adults and children who have difficulty communicating and/or swallowing due to stroke, brain injuries, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, dementia and hearing loss, as well as other problems that affect speech and language.

Some of the conditions that a Speech pathologist help with include: 

  • Child Development issues
  • Intellectual disability
  • Brain injuries
  • Stroke
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Hearing loss
  • Dementia
  • Others

Our local Speech Pathologists diagnose and provide therapy for conditions relating to:  

  • Speech - the oral form of communication and the production of sounds and articulation
  • Language - a whole system of words and symbols – written, spoken or expressed with gestures and body language – that is used to communicate meaning
  • Voice - the basic sound for speech and singing. People may experience changes to their voice e.g. sounding hoarse, husky, being too loud or too quiet
  • Fluency – This includes stuttering and cluttering 
  • Multimodal Communication – Communication using sign, communication boards and other devices
  • Swallowing – swallowing food, fluid and saliva management 

Service Delivery Options: 

  • Face-to-face 
  • Telehealth 
  • Aged Care facility visits

Please confirm precise times with the service provider.