We recommend you contact us or you local Speech Pathologist if someone you care for (i.e. child, parent, partner, sibling…) is:
- Making a limited amount of sounds.
- Having difficulty being understood.
- Having difficulty expressing needs and wants.
- Having difficulty following instructions and answering questions.
- Repeating, getting stuck on or stretching out words or sounds.
- Struggling with reading, spelling or writing.
- Having difficulty with initiating, joining in/ sustaining conversations, or making friends.
- Experiencing hearing difficulties.
- Diagnosed with an intellectual delay/disability and/or, disorder such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, and/or ADHD.
- Experiencing a hoarse, croaky or breathy voice quality.
Or even if an adult you care for is:
- Having difficulty eating/swallowing
- Having difficulty speaking and/or understanding as a result of a stroke, brain injury or degenerative disease
- Conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease
- Difficulties with projecting their voice
- Difficulties with re-entry into the workforce and/or participating in social activities