Evidence-based speech therapy and services to help your child grow.
We are proud to offer Port Stephens families award winning speech pathology services that are designed to build confidence, communication skills, and understanding.
Our experienced speech pathologists work directly with children and their families to identify unique abilities, challenges and interests. This discovery process helps to ensure every client’s speech pathology journey responds to their needs and situation.
With a focus on evidence-based care, empowerment and encouragement; our Port Stephens Speech Pathology Clinic is a place for children and their families to grow.
Our Port Stephens Speech Pathology Clinic is located at Building E/1 Technology Place, Williamtown. To make an appointment, call (02) 4044 1122, book online or utilise Live Chat.
Let's Grow Together
It is normal to have a lot of questions about your child; whether they need therapy in the first place, how much will it cost, what does a speech pathologist do, what support is available, and the list goes on…
Check out our frequently asked questions to start your speech pathology journey with the right information.
We pride ourselves on offering our families accurate and reliable information. That is why we take the time to discuss the fees that will apply to the services appropriate for your child. When we meet with you and your child, and gain an understanding of your budget, we can provide a true indication of any ongoing costs, and discuss available support systems including The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
You can learn more on our Bookings & Fee’s Page
Port Stephens Speech Pathology Services
With access to the latest educational and development tools, our Port Stephens speech pathologists offer a variety of services to help your child grow.
We are registered providers with Medicare, private health funds and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and support children with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), children who are not yet talking, as well as stuttering, speech sound difficulties and feeding difficulties.