We Work Together
Home visits for Speech Pathology mean less time on the road for
you, and children are in their own environment.
Therapy is about practising new skills. Therapy involves making opportunities to practice, in fun activities, with support. Practice needs to be fun and engaging, easy and frequent. Home practice is usually an important part of therapy and progress.
It is important that your child gets practice in being successful. In therapy sessions I aim to find the right level of practice for you to continue until your next appointment.
We Work Together on Goals
Speech Pathology on the Northern Beaches with
As parents, you are experts about your own children. I believe that your understanding of your child’s needs is insightful. If you have any concerns about your child’s speech, language, or literacy development, Speech Pathology may benefit your child. You are welcome to discuss your child’s needs without obligation.
My name is Jeanette Swan.
I’m a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist and a member of Speech Pathology Australia. This means that I take part in the Professional Self-Regulation program as a commitment to ongoing professional development. I have previously worked as a Speech Pathologist in Community Health services, Developmental Disability services, education settings, and with other private Speech Pathologists.
Speech Pathology in the Northern Beaches
I visit homes in the following areas:
Bayview, Belrose, Church Point, Duffys Forest, Elanora Heights, Frenchs Forest, Ingleside, Mona Vale, Narrabeen, North Narrabeen, St Ives, St Ives Chase, Terrey Hills, Warriewood
What to expect in the first session
We will talk about your concerns. I will ask you for background information and will start an assessment.