TELEHEALTH

Online Speech Therapy for Children and Adults

Telehealth and Telepractice can be delivered in a range of environments including your child's school, in your own home or supported independent living (SIL) and aged care homes.

All you need is access to the internet and a quiet space to connect with your speech pathologist.

 

Your speech pathologist will provide you with a secure link in advance of your session. Simply click on this link supplied at the time of your session to communicate face-to-face with your speech pathologist in real-time.​

Perfect for busy schedules or for those in underserved locations (i.e., rural and remote) and ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.

 

Our therapists are well trained and experienced in providing speech therapy to children and adults. Clients of any age can participate.

Ask us about our online speech therapy options and book your appointment today!

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Drawing of woman looking at computer during a telehealth session.

Who can do it?

Anyone is a candidate for telehealth speech therapy. At ClearConvo our experienced team will review your history before your initial session to ensure that telepractice is a suitable option for you.

What do I need?

All you need is a mobile phone, tablet, iPad or computer with video and audio capabilities as well as a reliable internet connection.

Where do I go?

You can utilise telepractice wherever it is convenient for you. Whether you are on the go, at home or at school, we are at your fingertips. 

Is telehealth evidence-based?

Yes. Speech Pathology Australia supports the use of telepractice as a service delivery model. Demand for online speech therapy is increasing, due to current conditions and Australia's geographically dispersed population.

The Referral Process

Anyone can make a referral to ClearConvo.

 

Simply complete our online referral form or ask your support coordinator to make a referral.

If you need assistance, a dedicated member of our team is available to assist you.

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