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At Behaviour+, communication is everything. As such, our talented Speech Pathologists provide assessments and interventions for children with speech sound disorders, language delays, and communication difficulties.

What types of things can Speech Pathology help my child with?

  • Developing communication for non-verbal children
  • Overcoming delayed speech (i.e. not meeting milestones)
  • Experience of stuttering
  • Mispronunciation of words
  • Lack of eye contact
  • Poor conversational skills
  • Not understanding social cues
  • Reading and literacy skills
  • Social communication deficits (i.e. turn taking)

What do Speech Pathologists work on with my child?

  • Receptive and expressive communication
  • Implementation of Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), for example, PECS, Proloquo2go, switches, GoTalk
  • Articulation
  • Fluency
  • Social skills
  • Play skills
  • Literacy
  • Feeding/eating difficulties
  • Voice and sound
  • Pragmatics

Where are the Speech Pathology services delivered?

Behaviour+ delivers Speech Pathology services in a variety of environments to suit your family’s needs. This means that we focus on the environment where skill building will be the most beneficial.

We deliver services at the following locations:

  • Behaviour+ Centres
  • Home
  • Preschool
  • School
  • The community (e.g. parks and shopping centres)

We can even offer services in two different places such as school and the home, if skill generalisation becomes appropriate or there are varied goals. For instance, if your child has learnt a particular skill in the centre then we can also go to the home or school to ensure that the child is able to use the skill in a different environment.

How much do the Speech Pathology services cost?

For NDIS services, Behaviour+ charge as per the NDIS Price Guide. During the initial assessment our team will discuss your goals, individual circumstances and personal preferences. We then provide options around service delivery, and you have the final say of how that looks. The Behaviour+ team will then create a Schedule of Supports which is a detailed report of the services you will receive. Our aim is to ensure that your budget will be utilised in the most effective way to achieve your goals. To learn more about the NDIS Price Guide view

For any further information regarding private fee for service fee, Medicare and Private Health funds refer to the Funding Factsheet.

How do I access Psychological Services at Behaviour+?

To access services at Behaviour+, please visit our Registration page. Alternatively, you can call our friendly Receptionist on (02) 9569 7700 and they can answer any questions as well as email the Registration Pack.

Once you have been registered for our services, we book in an Initial Assessment to discuss your needs and conduct an assessment. Once the service agreement is agreed upon we will commence services. If you have any questions throughout this process our friendly Behaviour+ team is happy to answer them.


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