Fact sheets

Speech Pathology Australia is has a range of fact sheets on a number of important topics. If you are unable to find information on a topic you are interested in, contact Speech Pathology Australia either by telephone on (03) 96424899 or by email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

There are also an Easy English version of each of the fact sheets on this page.

What is a Speech Pathologist?
What is a Speech Pathologist? (NOW available in Vietnamese!) - (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Communication impairment in Australia
Communication impairment in Australia (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Stuttering
Stuttering (read an Easy English of this fact sheet)

Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Helping your baby to talk
Helping your baby to talk (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

The Sound of Speech: 0 – 3 years
(The ages and stages of children’s speech development)
The Sound of Speech: 0 – 3 years (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

The Sound of Speech: preschool and school aged children
(The ages and stages of children’s speech development)
The Sound of Speech: preschool and school aged children (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Speech pathology and Indigenous children
Speech pathology and Indigenous children (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Speech pathology in mental health services
Speech pathology in mental health services (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Communication and swallowing difficulties following stroke
Communication and swallowing difficulties following stroke (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)

Speech pathologists working with older people
Speech pathologists working with older people (read an Easy English version of this fact sheet)