Shae Gillmartin is an experienced Speech Pathologist with nearly 20 years of experience working in a variety of practices, both in Australia and overseas. She has a wealth of experience in brain injury rehabilitation in the acute, transitional and community settings. Read more about Shae.
I value working on communication and cognitive skills that can positively impact on your life. Shae Gillmartin
Speech Pathology can be involved in care and therapy for the following diagnoses:
Acquire Brain Injuries – Stroke & Brain Injury
Progressive Neurological Disorders
Speech Pathologists assist in all the areas of:
Cognitive Communication Disorders
Dysphagia - Swallow Disorders
Speech Sound Disorders
Receptive & Expressive Language
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Motor Speech Disorders
Speech Pathology Services
You will receive a comprehensive and nurturing service to assist with you or your family member’s cognitive, communication and swallowing difficulties.
Assessment, therapy and rehabilitation are guided by a client and family focus.
Speech, language, cognitive and literacy assessments, therapy and rehabilitation are guided by strongly by client goals for life.
We believe that effective communication can and does make a difference for clients and their friendships, relationships, connections and achievements in life is highly valued. This value and therapeutic approach is backed by the latest evidence.
Relationships with clients and families are fostered for the best therapeutic outcome.
We collaborate with family and a range of health care professionals, including General Practitioners, Medical Specialists, Psychologists, Neuropsychologists and Occupational Therapists. This joint work is central to your therapy outcomes.
Travel to locations near you is offered. The service operates throughout North-East Victoria and Southern NSW.
Swallowing assessments are provided, along with supportive education and strategies.
Brain Injury Rehabilitation
We Specialise in Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Clients with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) from motor vehicle, motorbike, sporting or workplace accidents.
Clients with an acquired brain injury from stroke, neurosurgery or degenerative diseases.
Difficulties from a TBI or ABI may include speech, receptive and expressive language, social communication, cognitive, high level thinking skills, behaviour and the functional impacts on aspects of life.
Aged care residents with cognitive, speech, language and/or swallowing difficulties.
Rebates & Funding Options
Chronic Disease Management Plan
Formerly known as the Enhanced Primary Care Program
Accident Related Insurers
TAC, LTCS, CTP and Workcover
Registered for NDIS
Concession / Pension Rates
Concession and pension rates available.