AIM Speech Pathology provides assessment and therapy for speech and language related goals for infants all the way through to young adults. We provide individual and group therapy to achieve goals in the following areas

  • expressive language: using language to share thoughts, feelings and ideas
  • early language: supporting babies and toddlers to talk
  • speech delays and disorders: articulation and producing speech sounds
  • receptive language: understanding language and word meanings
  • pre-literacy and literacy skills: learning to read, write and spell
  • managing emotions
  • social skills and play skills
  • following instructions
  • PECS: using picture aids to support communication
  • Fluency – supporting children who stutter

AIM Speech Pathologists ensure therapy sessions are fun! By tailoring sessions to children’s interests and needs. AIM Speech Pathologists enjoy working collaboratively as part of holistic care management. They have a passion for improving the quality of life and future outcomes for children with speech and language goals and their families.

Tongue Ties

Tongue ties can affect a child’s ability to feed in infancy and can sometimes affect their ability to produce speech sounds. If you are concerned your child may have a…
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Voice

Children may have a voice problem when they experience: A hoarse, husky, croaky, strained, strangled or shaky voice. A voice that is too soft to be heard easily. A voice…
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Play Skills

Play is voluntary engagement in self motivated activities that are normally associated with pleasure and enjoyment. Play may consist of amusing, pretend or imaginary, constructive, interpersonal (play with others) or…
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Social Skills

Social skills are essential for building relationships at home and at school, If you are concerned your child has difficulties with social skills, AIM Speech Pathology can help! Difficulties may…
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Autism Spectrum Disorder

Describes a condition that affects the way a person makes sense of, and interacts with, other people and their environment. Children with ASD experience difficulties with verbal and non-verbal communication,…
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Language

Difficulties with language development can come in many different forms and across many different ages. Some of the areas that AIM Speech Pathologists work on are: Early Language Development- helping…
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Expressive language

If your child is difficult to understand by you or others in his/her life, a speech pathology assessment may be required. AIM can help! Once completed, the assessment will determine…
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