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“Fluency” refers to the ability to speak or communicate smoothly and effortlessly without interruptions, hesitations or disruptions to speech flow.


Assessment, Therapy & Education

Assessment plays a critical role in diagnosing and understanding the nature of stuttering in individuals. Therapy for stuttering involves various techniques and strategies to enhance fluency, reduce speech disruptions, and improve overall communication. Education and counseling are also essential components of stuttering intervention to address any emotional and psychological aspects.

Ages 4-75

Stuttering can affect individuals of all ages, underlining the need for assessment and intervention across the lifespan. Early intervention in childhood can prevent the persistence of stuttering, while intervention for adults focuses on improving fluency and communication attitudes.


Fluency Services

- Evidence Based Stuttering Intervention 

- Camperdown Program 

- Lidcombe Program 

- Home Programs 


342 Edmondson Ave Austral 2179

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