- Allied health
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Chronic disease management
- Chronic pain management
- Diabetes education
- Exercise physiology
- Inpatient rehabilitation
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Nutrition and dietetics
- Occupational therapy
- Oncology rehabilitation
- Orthopaedic rehabilitation
- Outpatient programs
- Pain management
- Palliative care
- Parkinson's service
- Pulmonary rehabilitation
- Reconditioning rehabilitation
- Speech pathology
- Stroke rehabilitation
Speech therapy helps to strengthen your voice and improve the way you communicate, and assists you if you are having trouble chewing or swallowing.
If you require rehabilitation, you may be connected with a speech pathologist as part of your personalised treatment plan.
We provide compassionate, holistic care which considers your physical and emotional wellbeing. We work with you to reach your goals and help you return to an independent life.
Speech pathology as part of your rehabilitation
Communication is a key part of our lives. It helps us let people know how we are feeling, what we are thinking, and allows us to be independent in our daily lives.
If your ability to communicate has been impacted by illness or injury, speech therapy may help in your recovery. A speech pathologist can:
- work with you to exercise and strengthen your vocal cords, helping you to better form words and make louder sounds
- teach you different ways to make it easier for you to communicate with others and to better understand when they communicate with you, such as using gestures, writing, drawing or using electronic devices to assist you
- help you with any difficulties with swallowing when eating and drinking.
Why see a St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital speech pathologist?
With much of our everyday lives revolving around communication, difficulty or lack of confidence in your communication can lead to you feeling anxious or isolated.
When you come and see our speech pathologists as an adult outpatient, you can seek the help you need, when you need it and practice the skills you learn in your everyday life.
You can make an appointment enquiry to see one of our speech pathologists. You do not need a referral.
Complete our enquiry form or call (03) 9788 3333 for an appointment.
Patients may be referred directly to us using our referral form:
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