Speech, Language and Development
We are experts in children’s speech, language and development.
Our speech pathologists and teachers of the deaf are all trained in in the Auditory-Verbal Therapy approach (AVT). We work with children who are deaf or hard of hearing to hear through technology (like cochlear implants or hearing aids), to listen, process verbal language and speak.
Our goal is for all our children who are deaf or hard of hearing to grow up in typical learning and living environments and to live independently. Our families work with us to achieve great outcomes with 100% of children attending local schools.
Speech assessment and Occupational Therapy is available at a range of Hear and Say Centres across Queensland to test language development and gross motor skills.
Contact us for more information about our speaking and development programs.
Book a Speech or Occupational Therapy Consultation
Make an appointment to speak with one of our trained Listening and Spoken Language Specialists about your child’s needs.
Early Intervention (0 to 6 years)
Incorporates Audiology, Listening and Spoken Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Social Skills Group Programs.
Targeted Intervention (6+ years)
Listening and Spoken Language Therapy for older children and young adults.
Social Skills Group Programs
A range of programs designed for all ages, from infants through to young adults.
Occupational Therapy Support
Book an appointment to discuss any concerns regarding your child’s physical development.
Parent Information and Support
Hear and Say supports over 900 families, our Parent Portal is designed to share information and ideas.
An overview of services by location.
Rural and Remote Families
Listening and Spoken Language Therapy in regional areas through our Telepractice Program.
Education and Training
Professional Development opportunities for healthcare professionals, educators and parents.
At 9.10pm on 24 October 2013 our beautiful daughter Maia was born.
The moment of elation was short-lived as we immediately noticed her left ear was missing. I frantically looked to the medical team around me for answers but received none.
Panic set in as we waited 4 days in hospital for an ENT to explain her condition, by which point we already had all the answers from Simone, who runs the Microtia and Atresia Program at Hear and Say.