About adult speech pathology
Adult speech pathology services may be needed for a variety of reasons. Our speech pathology team strives to support each person in achieving their individual goals. Our speech pathologists understand that both swallowing and communication difficulties (no matter the cause) can significantly affect day to day activities, work, social interactions and hobbies or interests.
The speech pathologists at our clinic aim to work with clients and families to assess and treat language, voice, speech, fluency or swallowing concerns. This includes experience and a passion for working with patients with aphasia, motor speech disorders, progressive neurological disorders, dysphagia and stuttering. Our clinicians advocate for the client as the primary stakeholder in therapy and establishing functional goals.
Our clinicians offer specialist services for people with Parkinson disease. Our Speech Pathologists are certified LSVT LOUD clinicians. You can read more about this gold standard intervention for communication difficulties associated with Parkinson’s disease here.
Mr Eugene Pillay and Ms Jenna Butterworth are qualified and accredited Speech Pathologists. They are Australian trained speech pathologists who work as speech therapists for adults. Eugene and Jenna are both Speech Pathology Australia members and have many years of experience managing adults with speech and language problems. Committed to providing personalised and evidence-based treatment, they tailor their therapy to each person’s individual needs.
These articles provide general information about some areas of our speech pathologists’ expertise. Our team aims to optimise communication outcomes for our clients by providing comprehensive speech pathology assessment and results focused treatment. For an appointment with a speech pathologist contact us today.
Articles about adult speech pathology
Find out about some of the conditions we manage and services we provide.
“That which we persist in doing becomes easier to do, not that the nature of the thing itself has changed but that our power to do has increased.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Speech Pathology can change lives.