Ready Set Grow Speech Pathology

We support children and their families to grow and achieve their communication goals

Ready Set Grow Speech Pathology

We support children and their families to grow and achieve their communication goals

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Ready Set Grow Speech Pathology

Ready Set Grow is a private Speech Pathology practice in Ferntree Gully, Victoria.

We provide services for children and their families from two to thirteen years of age. We offer individual and group sessions within our clinic rooms. School, kindergarten and home visits are also available.

Our goal is for children to be successful communicators in their environment! Therapy is evidenced based, family-friendly and specific to your child. Not to mention FUN!

We can help with

Receptive Language
(Listening)

Receptive language refers to how a person understands language. A child with receptive language difficulties may have difficulties: understanding what has been said, following instructions, and learning new concepts.

Expressive Language
(Speaking)

Expressive language refers to how a person uses words to express themselves. A child with expressive language difficulties may have difficulties: expressing their thoughts, making sentences, using specific vocabulary, and using correct grammar.

Speech Sound Errors

Speech sounds are the individual sounds that form the words we use. Children with speech sound difficulties may: have difficulty using particular sounds or be difficult for people to understand.

Social skills

Social skills are communication skills we use to interact with others. Children with social skills difficulties may find it hard to: understand and use non-verbal communication, understand conversational rules, recognise the feelings of others, and make friendships.

Stuttering

Stuttering is a communication disorder in which the fluency of speech is disrupted. Children who stutter may: repeat sounds, words or phrases, have difficulty “getting words out”, stretch out sounds, or show tension while speaking.

Literacy

Literacy is the ability to read, write and spell. Children with literacy difficulties may experience difficulty with: academic tasks such as reading and writing, sounding out words, and learning new spelling words.

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