We are a multidisciplinary private practice offering speech pathology, occupational therapy and psychology. The clinic comprises a team of experienced independent practitioners who all have a special interest in the well-being of families and individuals and work together to identify concerns and provide effective intervention for each client. Each client’s treatment plan is tailor made to suit their individual needs. Our clinicians are all trained ,certified and recognised service providers for a range of Government and Medicare approved programs and initiatives.
We are a child and family centered practice.
All in a name……The name ‘Language for Life’ is derived from a philosophy that solid language skills are important for each individual across the life-span. There is a growing body of *evidence which suggests that oral language competence in early life enables individuals to be more engaged in education, employment and relationships across the life-span.
Our Mission and Values
Language for Life provides an innovative, functional, fun, high quality, specialised family centred service that is accessible to all individuals.
We aim to assist all individuals to reach their fullest potential and to achieve valued and meaningful goals in a fun, functional, individualised and innovative manner.
Language for Life Speech Pathology services all of Western Suburb of Melbourne such as Truganina, Laverton, Manor Lakes, Point Cook, Hoppers Crossing, Werribee, Tarneit,Wyndham Vale, Williams Landing, Werribee South, Sunshine, Deer Park, Albion, St Albans, Albanvale, Kings Park, Derrimut, Sydenham, Taylors Lakes, Keilor, Hillside, Maribyrnong, Braybrook, Footscray, Yarraville ,Tottenham, Seddon, Kingsville, West Footscray, Burnside, Burnside Heights, Brookfield, Kurunjang, Melton, Taylors Hill, Hillside, Caroline Springs. In special circumstances we attend localities beyond our territorial borders when our expertise is called for.
Our services also extends to the inner city areas such as Docklands, East Melbourne, West Melbourne, North Melbourne, Flemington, Kensington, CBD, Carlton, Port Melbourne, Kew, Boronia, Wantirna, Croydon, Dandenong and Ringwood.
*Snow, P.C., 2009, Oral language competence in childhood and access to equity in education and health across the lifespan, in Communication in Healthcare, eds Karen Bryan, Peter Lang, Oxford, UK, pp. 101-134.