Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia. Speech pathologists are university trained allied health professionals with expertise in the assessment and treatment of communication and/or swallowing difficulties.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of lands, seas and waters throughout Australia, and pay respect to Elders past, present and future. We recognise that the health and social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are grounded in continued connection to culture, country, language and community.  This is the The Australian Aboriginal Flag represents Aboriginal Australians. The flag's width is twice its height. It is horizontally divided into a black region (above) and a red region (below). A yellow disc is superimposed over the centre of the flag.  The Torres Strait Islander Flag is an official flag of Australia, and is the flag that represents Torres Strait Islander people.

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What is a Speech Pathologist?

Speech pathologists study, diagnose and treat communication disorders...
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Become a Speech Pathologist

A speech pathologist must have a university qualification to practice….
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Speech Pathology Upcoming Events

Business Virtual Learning and Coaching Program

When: Oct 14, 2019
Where: ,
Working with Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Being Evidence Based and Effective
By: Mrs Kristin Bayley, MSPA CPSP
When: Feb 07, 2020
Where: Wagga Wagga, NSW
Networking Event for Public & Private Paediatric Speechies

When: Feb 10, 2020
Evidence-based treatments for Childhood Apraxia of Speech across the lifespan
By: Dr Tricia McCabe, FSPA CPSP
When: Feb 13, 2020
Where: Hobart, TAS
An update on Developmental Language Disorder: Implications for assessment and intervention
By: Dr Suze Leitão, MSPA CPSP (Life)
When: Feb 14, 2020
Where: Rockhampton, QLD