Group Therapy for Speech

We offer regular weekly group therapy sessions.

Groups provide a natural setting to practise skills from therapy and social opportunities to reduce isolation for people.

Groups allow clients to share resources and knowledge.

They give people an opportunity to practise skills learnt in therapy in a natural setting with others. People can encourage and support others to attend regular therapy.

Clients report to us that groups are often their favourite time of the week which they look forward to. We ensure all our group sessions are fun and enjoyable while always focusing on improving individual skills and achieving personal goals.

We have ongoing in person and online group therapy for people with Parkinson’s disease. The LOUD Crowd® is a group to support and maintain your strong voice and clear speech following completion of the SPEAK OUT! Program. Contact us to discuss the times available so you can continue to improve your voice.

We are also in the planning stages of multiple groups including:

  • Aphasia communication group
  • Young stroke communication group
  • Work skills group for young people (Neurodiversity affirming)

If you are interested in joining one of these groups please contact us.

Adult Speech Therapy wants to support people to grow confidence in their communication skills in a safe environment. We use a caring approach to ensure people always feel supported to try new skills. Group therapy is an excellent way for people to relate to others who have had similar experiences and we believe in fostering joint sharing and learning – you are the expert in your condition!

Group therapy also offers a cost effective way to have additional therapy for clients with limited funding.

Adult Speech Therapy
We are a small team of passionate, motivated and purpose driven professionals ready to help you live an enriched and meaningful life. Our team provides a personalised service and will support you to achieve meaningful goals.
We are registered NDIS providers and help NDIS participants achieve amazing outcomes for a range of speech related conditions.