Speech Pathology Telehealth Services

Our practitioners will assess individual client needs and determine the appropriateness of this method of service delivery on a case-by-case basis. Our practitioners are familiar with technology and platform functionality prior to engaging in services and will be able to familiarise and guide clients, parents and carers.

We have developed procedures and protocols to manage training and navigate technical support issues as they arise.

Speech pathologists will consider a range of factors that may impact the provision of services, including:

  • Sensory and physical characteristics: This may include vision, hearing, motor dexterity, physical endurance and positioning;
  • Cognitive, behavioural and motivational characteristics. We will consider attention, ability to sit and focus on a computer, understanding and perception of a remote interaction;
  • Communication characteristics, including auditory comprehension, sign language use, speech intelligibility, skill and need for written language, use of AAC, severity of communication deficits and their impact; and
  • Support resources, such as the availability of technology, the ability of carer to support technology and the service provision.
Our practitioners are familiar with technology and platform functionality prior to engaging in services and will be able to familiarise and guide clients, parents and carers.

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