Ignite Healthcare’s speech pathologists assist individuals with confident communicating, understanding and engaging in social interactions, participating in daily activities, and helping those who have experienced a deterioration in their swallowing skills.

Using evidence-based and tailored therapy, our speech pathologists support all ages and needs, whether that be young children or adults.

Communication is a fundamental human right, and every individual should have the opportunity to achieve their full potential. We achieve this through various therapeutic and capacity building supports to help you understand information and express yourself verbally, in writing or with Alternative and Augmentative methods of Communication (AAC).

Through individualised intervention, our speech pathologists work closely with clients and their carers to help achieve their goals.

Our Approach

Find a Speechie.

Through assessment, planning, and facilitating, our qualified team of speech pathologists have the skillset to help you achieve your goals, no matter how big or small.

Schedule with us.

We provide face to face intervention and telehealth consultations to allow all community members access to the right resources.

Receive support.

Through evidence-based therapy, we cater to a client’s individual age and needs, and help train parents and carers. Contact us today to find out more.

How we help

Our speech pathologists support people to:

Communicate with


Have Conversations

with Others

Use Augmentative and 

Alternative Communication

Develop Multi-Modal 


Have Safe and 

Enjoyable Mealtime

Develop Literacy Skills 

Access and Understand 


Establish Robust and 

Functional Communication

Build Effective Relationship 

with Others

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