Childhood Communication Clinic
For children aged 2.5 to 5 years with speech or language difficulties and children aged 5-8 years with speech difficulties.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech Intensive Clinic
For children aged 3-12 years with diagnosed or suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).
For children, adolescents and adults who stutter.
Adult Speech and Language Clinics
For adults with aphasia (difficulty speaking or understanding) or dysarthria (slurred speech).
Our Speech Pathology clinics do not require a referral. To access any of our Speech Pathology clinics, clients, parents or carers should complete our online form to request an appointment:
When this is submitted, a Speech Pathologist from our clinic will review the information to see if our clinics are suitable for you. You will then be contacted to make an appointment.
Speech pathologists or GPs who wish to find out more about our specialist clinics for their patients can contact us on:
T: +61 3 9035 5333
The fees for each of our Speech Pathology clinics are outlined in the detailed information about each clinic. We offer concession rates for our clinics for those with a valid Health Care Card.
Due to requirements of Private Health insurers and Medicare, services provided by The University of Melbourne Speech Pathology Clinic are not refundable through Medicare or Private health insurers. We also do not currently offer services through NDIS.
Fees must be paid on the day of the appointment.
Suggest a Clinic
If you need to see a speech pathologist but our clinics outlined above do not meet your need, feel free to let us know. We will review these suggestions when we consider the development of further clinics to meet the needs of the community.