traumatic brain injury

If you have had a traumatic brain injury, you may be experiencing the frustration of:

  • communication difficulties and expressing yourself easily
  • unclear speech
  • changes in your social skills and conversations
  • struggles with thinking skills such as memory, problem solving, planning, getting organised or concentration.

 

We have 30 years of experience working with others who have had a brain injury just like you. We know what gets results and how to achieve your aims of coming to therapy. We have worked with many clients under the Lifetime Care Scheme who require Speech Pathology services after a brain injury for many different reasons. Even if your brain injury was some years ago, treatment can still be effective in improving your communication, speech, voice, social communication or swallowing. 

Our Services

Communication

We can help you achieve your independence in communication and participate fully in conversations.

Swallowing Difficulties

Comprehensive assessment and a tailored management plan for swallowing problems to improve your quality of life and enjoyment of food and fluids.

Parkinson's disease

Do you have speech and voice changes from your Parkinson’s disease? Do you want to control saliva and your improve swallowing difficulties? Find out about proven and effective treatments.

Voice disorders

Brief sessions of voice therapy with an experienced therapist can make a significant difference to your voice quality and allow you to enjoy communicating again with a strong voice.

Traumatic brain injury

Following a brain injury, you may have experienced slurred speech, communication problems, cognitive (thinking) difficulties or challenges with social skills for home, community and work that are affecting your ability to return to your previous life.

Stroke

Word finding difficulties, unclear speech, reading, writing/spelling and the ability to express yourself can be improved with targeted therapy that is focused on your goals combined with the support of your family.

Contact us today to find out more about our speech pathology services on the Central Coast.​