In the adult population, we provide a speech pathology service for clients with:
Voice issues resulting from vocal fatigue, muscle tension, nodules, polyps, vocal fold paresis, psychogenic disorders, physical changes resulting from ageing and chronic cough management
Communication and swallowing issues resulting from stroke and brain injury
Stutter and teaching smooth speech techniques
Accent modification for ESL speakers
In the paediatric population, we provide a speech pathology service for clients with:
Speech issues as a result of delays and disorders, including speech sound errors, difficulty producing speech sounds and difficulty coordinating the actions required to speak clearly enough to be easily understood by others
Language issues and difficulty understanding what others say as well as the ability to formulate sentences and clearly express themselves to others
Listening and learning issues earning resulting from difficulty in processing verbal messages, especially in the presence of background noise
Reading and spelling for children who are continuing to struggle to learn despite good teaching
Stutter assessment and intervention, including the Lidcombe program.
Voice therapy for children with voice disorders.
Eva is a member of Speech Pathology Australia (SPAA), SPELD, Australian Voice Association (AVA), the Laryngology Society of Australasia (LSA) and Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing (ANATS).
DID YOU KNOW?
Along with her Masters Degree in Speech Pathology, Eva also holds a Graduate Diploma in Computer Science, a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Anatomy, an 8th grade in classical singing (AMEB), and is currently enjoying being a member of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus (MSO)!
Speech Pathology Australia www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au