SPEECH THERAPY

Our Speech Pathology team provide assessment and intervention for adult clients experiencing any challenge related to their communication skills and issues relating to swallowing food or drink. Contact us for further details on these services:

  • Voice training and speech improvement

  • Rehabilitation following a stroke or acquired brain injury

  • Neurological impairment conditions affecting language

  • Dysphagia ( swallowing difficulties )

  • Dyspraxia ( coordinating mouth movements for clear speech )

  • Dysarthria ( muscle strength-related causing unclear speech )

  • Accent modification

  • Stuttering

  • Other communication difficulties

We also offer services to Nursing Homes working with clients who may have difficulty with swallowing ( Dysphagia ) or speech issues such as Dyspraxia and Dysarthria. These services can be run on an individual or group basis at the Nursing Home.

Talk further with our therapists to find out exactly what we can offer.

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BRONWYN CHANDLER

Occupational Therapist 

Having graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from the University of Newcastle in 2007,

Bronwyn has over 15 years of experience working with clients in the Hunter region living with a Spinal cord injury (SCI) traumatic, non-traumatic and aging-related.

 

Bronwyn has gained her clinical skills and experience by working in the medical rehabilitation ward at the John Hunter Hospital along with many years working in the community at both the Hunter Spinal Injury service and other private practices. 

Bronwyn has worked with clients at all stages of life helping to provide NDIS assessments, reporting, and therapies to help them achieve their goals. 

Bron is well respected by her peers for her experience and expertise in prescribing complex and non-complex equipment and assisting clients with their community access and home modification requirements. 

Bronwyn is passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of her clients.

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