The Communication Disorders Treatment and Research Clinic (CDTRC) is a teaching and research facility of the University of Sydney. They aim to provide optimal service to clients while enabling professional growth and development for both students and educators.
Speech Pathology students are currently offering tele-health speech pathology, supporting adults with communication needs who are lacking these services that are usually offered face-to-face.
This includes adults with speech, language, swallowing and general communication difficulties.
Student-led telehealth speech pathology services. Online assessment and therapy are available for adults aged 16+ with speech, language, swallowing and general communication difficulties.
All sessions are supervised by Speech Pathologists and university academics. Single session refreshers, assessments and therapy sessions, in intensive or weekly or combination formats available.
Services are currently offered online using Zoom video call. Requires a Zoom account, internet access and a laptop or smartphone.
Schedule of Fees
1-hour session: $10
Pension Card Holder or 65+: No charge
All sessions will run until 26th November 2021 (limited positions available). Wait list for 2022 also open.
Want to know more?
Communication Disorders Treatment and Research Clinic
Phone: 9351 9539