About Us

Welcome to Buzzwords Speech Pathology, a private speech pathology practice based in “The Spot,” Randwick.  We value communication, connection and collaboration.

Our Speech Pathologists truly care about achieving the best possible outcomes for each and every child we work with. Our long term continuity of contact with clients allows us to see those positive outcomes as they grow, develop and flourish from their toddler years right through pre-school, primary school, high school and beyond! 

We provide evidence based assessment and therapy services for children in our offices as well as in their home, daycare / pre-school and school. Our approach is child-centered aimed at helping each child achieve their communication potential,  reducing the long term impact of communication difficulties on their lives.

Our  Speech Pathologists understand that parents, family and teachers play a critical role in helping children develop their understanding and use of language. Therefore, parent, caregiver and teacher involvement in our sessions is highly valued and encouraged! So please join in on the activities in our sessions. This involvement helps you learn strategies to help your child helping them to carry-over new skills to every communication environment. This impacts every aspect of their lives, helping them better access their community and learning.

Our Speech Pathologists are experienced in working with children and adolescents who have a wide range of speech, language, literacy and learning difficulties. So, feel free to contact us on 0499 150 333 to find out how we can help your child. We would be very happy to answer your questions.   Looking forward to hearing from you!

Buzzwords Speech Pathology helps children communicate, achieve and shine!

Click here to find out what a Speech Pathologist does.

Services

Our services are provided in the clinic, pre-school, home or school depending on the needs of your child.

Useful Links

Click here for some useful information about communication development and how children learn to read and write.

Contact Us

Contact us to see how we can help.

0499 150 333

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