Speech Pathology

Speech Pathology - Community Health & Rehabilitation Services (CH&RS)

What service is provided? Community Health and Rehabilitation Services (CH&RS) speech pathologists are trained allied health professionals who assess and treat communication disorders in children: Aged up to six years, prior to school entry With a speech delay and difficult to understand ...

Speech Pathology Acute Services

What service is provided? The Speech Pathology service: Provides assessment and diagnosis and management of inpatients and outpatients as required with communication and/or swallowing disorders of medical & neurological origin, including ICU services and videofluoroscopy. Provides assessm...

Speech Pathology Acute Services - Paediatric Services

What service is provided? The service is for inpatient and outpatient pre-school children (ages 0 – 6 years) with a primary speech and/or language difficulty as a result of a medical reason, or a primary feeding difficulty. The aims of the service are to provide early identification and ma...

Speech Pathology Rehabilitation & Aged Care

What service is provided? Rehabilitation programs are provided for people with orthopaedic, amputee, neurological, trauma and acquired brain injury conditions. There is also a convalescence service for older people with complex and/or chronic conditions requiring rehabilitation following an acute...

Speech Pathology Rehabilitation & Aged Care - Dysphagia Outpatient Clinic

What is dysphagia? Dysphagia is a disorder that may involve dysfunction of the oral, pharyngeal and/or oesophageal stages of the swallowing process. This may result from neurological, structural, physiological and/or functional impairments. It can affect eating and drinking, control of saliva, an...

Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.