Professional. Experienced. Caring.

Our team provides high quality Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy services for children and adults across Melbourne. For over 9 years we have been trusted by Melbourne families to provide group programs, advice and individual therapies for our clients.

Our diverse and experienced team ensures every client is matched with the clinician who best fits their needs.

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Booking an Appointment

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Where we are:

We provide therapy services in 3 locations across Melbourne.

All clinics are well located to public transport, with free on street parking available.

Clinic based or mobile services available.

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What we do:

We are a team of experienced Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Play Therapists, offering services to babies, children, adults and families.

We provide a range of group programs and individual therapies. Our diverse team means clients are always matched with a clinician who best suits their needs.

  • Medicare and health fund rebates available
  • Registered Panel Providers of FAHCSIA Early Intervention Services
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Book an appointment today:

A GP referral is not required to access our services.

We operate a No Waitlist policy.

Give us a call to discuss your needs. We’ll let you know how we can help and you can book an appointment straight away!

Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 8.30am-6pm         (by appointment only).


Talking Time Blog


Introducing Loretta

I’m the newest kid on the DWSP block, joining the team in July 2016, after 9 years working in the public sector.  I started out teaching ESL in Singapore to adult learners then later made the serendipitous switch to Speech Pathology and haven’t looked back since. Being able to spend your day with children is…

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Term 4 is a good time for School Entry Check Ups!

Speech pathologists are specialists in speech and language – both of which are very important ingredients for success in the classroom. Literacy, oral language, written expression, and comprehension are all areas in which speech pathologists can work with a primary school child. For example, if a child has trouble with producing speech sounds, this may…

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A pleasing Victorian Government Budget announcement…

On April 27 2016, the Victorian Government announced the key initiatives it would fund in the 2016-2017 Budget – it’s a good one for health / education (and therefore Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology).  Hopefully it means more access to our services in schools, and faster referral pathways for preschoolers needing assessment. The budget included…

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