LITERACY

Reading and writing

At ClearConvo, we offer several evidence-based literacy programs. We can provide you with a customised, evidence-based program to support the reading and writing needs of your loved one.

Learning to read and write is a crucial part of a child's development. As adults, reading and writing are essential skills for everyday life. Being literate means that people can understand and follow written instructions, find information (online or in books), write letters and emails and send text messages.

Can literacy intervention be done online?

All of our speech therapy interventions are suitable to be delivered both online and in person.

How a speech pathologist can help with literacy skills?

Speech pathologists can help people with:

  • Developing phonological awareness skills

  • Developing decoding skills

  • Developing word attack skills

  • Developing spelling skills

  • Developing reading fluency skils

  • Developing comprehension skills

  • Building understanding of complex grammar and figurative language in writing

  • Using assistive technology to support reading and writing skills

  • Developing working memory skills to support reading, spelling, maths and organisation skills

  • Developing oral and written narrative skills

  • Developing vocabulary skills

  • Re-learning how to read when recovering from a stroke or brain injury

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Evidence based practice

At ClearConvo we are committed to professional development and exclusively use the latest evidence-based interventions in collaboration with our clients to help them achieve their goals. 

Experience you can trust​

The ClearConvo team is experienced in supporting the reading and writing needs of children and adults. Andrea, our senior practice leader has been providing literacy support since 2007. Andrea has provided assessment and intervention in hospitals, homes, schools, and community settings from the sub-acute rehabilitation stage through to the chronic stage for individuals of all ages.