Speech Pathology Funding Guide

Speech Pathology Funding Guide

How Can I Finance Private Speech Pathology Services?

When embarking on your family’s speech pathology journey, there are so many decisions to make including choosing between a public or private service. While a public service may be a more affordable choice, choosing a private service gives you greater flexibility with the ‘who’, ‘what’, ‘when’, ‘where’ and ‘how’ of speech therapy.

If you choose to go with a private speech pathology service, your next question will most likely be around funding and how your family can finance the therapy your child requires. We have put together this Speech Pathology Funding Guide to help you assess what is available and how you can finance the best way forward for your family.

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As registered providers with Medicare, private health funds and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), we work with children experiencing a variety of difficulties, disorders and disabilities. We also utilise our experience to support parents and provide information that enables access to services and helps your family grow.

Our Speech Pathology Funding Guide provides information, including eligibility, on the following funding options that may be available for children who require speech pathology services.

  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
  • Medicare – Helping Children with Autism
  • Medicare – Chronic Disease Management Plan
  • Services for people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • Private Health Funds
  • National ADF Family Health Program

If you do have concerns about your child’s speech and language skills, please contact us. Early intervention is vital when it comes to helping children reach their full potential and we can help you make the right financing choices.

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