About Speech Language and Hearing Services
Provide services through a broad range of professional activities for persons with or at risk for articulation, voice, fluency, language, communication, swallowing and related disabilities. To raise public awareness of strategies and techniques to build communications skills.
- Screening, identifying, assessing, diagnosing, referring and providing treatment and intervention, including consultation and follow up services to persons from birth to 19 years of age,
- Community physiotherapy treatment and preventative approaches can be delivered in the home, school, residential care facility, or clinic setting, depending on the client's needs.
- Collaboration and consultation with parents, caregivers, teachers and families.
Categories: Department of Health, Disability - Cognitive and Learning, Disability - Physical, Government & Quangos, Health - Physical