Speech Therapy Rehab in Ryde

For infants, children and adults with a range of communication and swallowing disorders. Our team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, clinical psychologists, speech pathologists and dietitians work together to develop a comprehensive therapy program that is specific to your needs.

A speech therapy rehab in Ryde with how you say things or how others understand what you’re saying. It can also affect how you think and solve problems. Speech therapy focuses on helping you speak more clearly and safely. Our specialists are called speech-language pathologists (SLP). They use different techniques and technologies, depending on your condition.

Aphasia: This happens when the part of your brain that controls thinking and language gets damaged. It can be sudden, like a stroke, or happen gradually over time, such as from a brain tumour or head injury. Dysarthria: This causes slow or slurred speech. It’s common after a stroke or with conditions like multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

Enhancing Communication: Speech Therapy Rehab in Ryde

Receptive: This means you can understand what people are telling you, but it’s hard to express what you want to say. It’s common after a stroke, brain tumour or dementia.

Fluency: This is the speed and flow of your speech. It can be disrupted by stuttering or cluttering (when words are spoken quickly and merged into each other). It’s also possible to have resonance disorders, such as a cleft palate or swollen tonsils.

At Royal Rehab LifeWorks Ryde, our team of experts has the skills to deliver quality speech therapy rehab for your brain injury, stroke or other health issue. We work closely with you and your family to help you achieve your goals.