Signs and Sounds operates from Sydney’s Inner West suburb of Marrickville.
We provide speech pathology and education support services for toddlers, children, young people and adults within the Marrickville and surrounding Inner West area. We also offer a range of services to care, educational and employment organisations in the area.
A referral is not needed to access our services. We do request that you bring any previous letters and reports from other professionals to your first appointment.
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Speech is all about sounds – the way we think about them and the way we make them with our mouth.
Language is all about how we understand and use words.
Augmentative or Alternative Communication (or AAC) is the term used to describe various methods of communication that can ‘add-on’ to or replace speech to get around difficulties with communicating.
Eating and drinking, or feeding skills, are learned behaviours and not instinctual as many people believe.
Literacy skills include the ability to read (or decode), reading comprehension, spelling and written expression.
Stuttering or dysfluent speech affects the smoothness or fluency of talking.
Pragmatics refers to the social language skills we use when we interact with other people.
Young people begin to use speaking, listening, reading, writing, and socialising in different and more complex ways.
Communication is an essential part of everyday adult life.