At MouthWorks, our Speech Therapists specialise in supporting children and adults with a range of communication and swallowing difficulties.


Our qualified Speech Therapists specialise in studying, assessing and treating a variety of conditions using different treatment modalities. We work to a instil a level of confidence in our clients and to improve their abilities in speech, language, and eating:
Speech Therapy at Mouthworks
We understand that communication skills are an important part of daily life, and our experienced Speech Therapists recognise that sometimes expressing our needs and wants or connecting with others can be difficult. Our team can help by assessing, trialling, and prescribing Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices, or providing other means of therapy. AAC can encompass a variety of forms that match every unique and individual need.
Through individual therapy, we use a range of techniques such as role-playing and scripts to help children and adolescents improve their social skills. It is often the case that we just need to hear from a person of trust that how we sound when we speak is acceptable and normal. Our caring team can help build speech technique and improve self-confidence.
Utilising a variety of techniques introduced by programs at Camperdown and Smooth Speech, our team works to improve speech fluency by using speech restructuring. These methods have been used effectively for many years to control stuttering and manage technique.
We provide therapy to treat vocal strain, nodules, and vocal fold paresis by improving speech quality and projection.
Our Speech Therapists diagnose and treat literacy difficulties using testing that is tailored to the person’s age, skill level, and individual needs. Some of the possible therapy avenues are: the use of rhyming words, improving phonemic awareness skills, reading comprehension, and decoding difficulties.
The Mouthworks Team is here to help

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At MouthWorks you have access to a whole team of caring professional Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Music Therapists and Dieticians who work together to ensure sure your child gets the best possible care. Everything you need all under one roof!
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We provide a number of speech therapy services specifically for adults at any stage of life through to palliative care. Our team has years of experience helping adult clients in the areas of improving literacy and language abilities, to swallowing difficulties, voice work, prescribing augmentative and alternative communication devices, and assisting in developing social skills.
Communication devices and strategies replace or support natural speech are known as Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). AAC has proven ability to help build language skills and provide the support that is often needed for daily communication. Our qualified Speech Therapists work from a variety of methods including low-tech, communication books, Proloquo2Go, chat boards, as well as Pragmatic Organisation Dynamic Displays (PODD) to aid communication.
Mouthworks can help you communicate better
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Following the events of a stroke, you may have word finding difficulties, issues with pronounciation, or eating. Our experienced team can help with speech, swallowing, and other difficulties.
If you or your children suffer from issues like immature swallowing or unusual tongue posture, our speech pathology team can provide therapy sessions that exercise and strengthen jaw muscles, retraining the tongue to stay back from the front of the mouth and teach you a new way to swallow and form speech sounds.
Saliva Management
Saliva is necessary for digestion and lubricates the throat to make swallowing easier. It also contains chemicals which help break down food. In the instance where the body produces too much saliva our speech pathology team can provide strategies to combat this.
We offer assessments, recommendations and education on adult swallowing problems – including positioning, diet modification and communication. MouthWorks utilise a collaborative approach to your care which includes access to our team of qualified dieticians.

Meet the Mouthworks Speech Pathology team

Sarah Coupe

Manager - Speech Pathology

Shyanne Ke

Speech Pathologist

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