Speech Therapy for a Brain Injury

Professional and convenient, our online speech therapy sessions eliminate costly travel fees and can be delivered in the comfort of your own home or wherever you might be.
Brain injury and speech therapy. A drawing of two people speaking outside in a park about the impact of a brain injury on their speech.

What is a brain injury?

A brain injury is an injury to the brain that occurs after birth. There are many causes of brain injury such as stroke, a car accident, progressive illnesses, hypoxia, etc.

Brain injuries may also be referred to as a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).

Brain injury is common. According to Brain Injury Australia (BIA) over 700,000 Australians have a brain injury which limits their ability to participate in daily activities.

Whilst physical disabilities are relatively easy to spot, a brain injury can have a less obvious impact on a person's thinking, emotions and behaviour. This can impact their relationships with family and friends and how they interact at work and school. Brain injuries are often referred to as a hidden disability.

How a speech pathologist can help

As uniquely skilled professionals in the assessment and treatment of swallowing and cognitive-communication disorders (e.g. speaking, listening, reading, writing, verbal reasoning, problem solving and social communication), we can help you get back to doing what matters to you - Whether that be improving your conversation skills, getting back to doing your job or studies, managing your swallowing challenges or being able to express your opinion with a well-supported rationale, we will work with you towards achieving your personalised goals.
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Book your speech therapy with us!

Feel supported by one of our Senior Speech Pathologists

Evidence Based Practice

At ClearConvo we are committed to professional development and exclusively use the latest evidence-based interventions in collaboration with our clients to help them achieve their goals.

Experience You Can Trust

The ClearConvo team is experienced in providing speech pathology treatment and intervention to individuals with brain injuries. Andrea, our senior practice leader has been working with the brain injury population since 2007. Andrea has provided assessment and intervention to the brain injury population in hospitals, homes, schools, and community settings from the sub-acute rehabilitation stage through to the chronic stage for individuals of all ages.
Word finding skills: Improving naming of nouns and verbs using evidence-based interventions. Learning strategies to improve word finding skills in day-to day life
Reading emotions: Learning how to objectively read facial expression, tone of voice, body language, sarcasm
Conversation skills: Learning how to have better interactions that are on topic and appropriate for the context, relevant, organised and with equality
Communication partner training: Communication partners provide a key role in supporting successful interactions and we can teach them about cognitive-communication disorders and the best ways to provide support
Developing working memory skills: Support reading, spelling, maths and organisation skills
Re-learning how to read when recovering from a stroke or brain injury
Using assistive technology to support reading and writing skills


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    Speech Therapy

    ClearConvo provides speech therapy to children and adults across Australia via telehealth. We also provide mobile therapy appointments and school sessions for children in Brisbane's Western suburbs.
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