At Perth Speech Pathology, we provide speech pathology services to all age groups.  We are passionate in our role to support our clients to achieve their goals and provide a safe and friendly environment in which to do so.

Our creative and dedicated therapists are all Certified members of Speech Pathology Australia and commit themselves to ongoing education to ensure their industry knowledge is both relevant and current.

At Perth Speech Pathology we understand the importance of language and speech skills and the impact that these have in all aspects of family, relationships, school and workplace.

We provide services to babies, children, teenagers and adults in the areas of

  • Speech sound development
  • Language (expressive and receptive language)
  • Cognitive development including listening, attention, preverbal skills, play skills
  • Stuttering (fluency)
  • Phonological awareness and literacy acquisition
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Feeding difficulties
  • Swallowing impairments
  • Voice disorders
  • Transgender voice

We also provide medico-legal assessments.

We are regularly involved in training medical students, disability care staff and nursing home staff.

We provide services to

  • Children with disabilities (Better Start allowance) and without disabilities
  • Children having difficulty learning to read and write
  • Children who stutter
  • Children with feeding difficulties
  • Adults with and without disabilities
  • People with progressive diseases (including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, Motor Neurone Disease)
  • People who have had strokes, head and neck cancers and head injuries
  • Veterans
  • Professional voice users
  • People undergoing gender transition
  • Organizations such as nursing homes, disability agencies, schools.

No referral is required to access our services.

Fees are subject to Health Insurance rebates and may be eligible for Medicare under the Chronic Disease Management program (with GP referral).People registered with the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) receive free services if referred by a medical practitioner.

Feel free to contact us anytime with any queries.

Nicole Torre

Nicole Torre

Principal Speech Pathologist

Nicole has over 20 years experience in providing communication and swallowing services to children and adults in the community, disability sector and hospital settings. She provides diagnosis and treatment for children with speech, language, stuttering and feeding issues as well as swallowing management for people after strokes, progressive diseases and neurological disorders. She has training in the PROMPT technique (speech treatment), the Lidcombe approach (stuttering treatment), LSVT (voice treatment) and is a Key Word sign presenter. She is also a trained SOS feeding therapist.

Anastasia Lewis

Anastasia Lewis

Speech Pathologist
Anastasia works with children and adults with speech and language difficulties. She loves to work with late talkers, children with feeding problems and children on the autistic spectrum. She is a trained SOS Feeding therapist and is also trained in LSVT therapy (voice treatment).

Fiona Palmer

Fiona Palmer

Senior Speech Pathologist
Fiona specialises in a range of voice disorders including spasmodic dysphonia. She has a special interest in working with people with chronic cough and professional voice users.  She has a special interest in working with people who are changing gender.
She has had many years experience working within major hospitals and in private practice.

Tania Rodwell

Tania Rodwell

Speech Pathologist
Tania has worked as a Speech Pathologist for various government and private departments in both WA and NSW. Her roles have also included Special Education Consultant within the Catholic Education sector, school-based Speech Pathologist and Autism diagnostician. Tania was  founder and director of the Little Language Centre.
After a little time out to raise her 3 boys, she joined the Board of Autism West and later worked as Project Manager of the early intervention app, TOBY. 


Katie Milton

Speech Pathologist
Katie began her career working in the disability sector. Since then she has worked with both adults and children with a range of communication difficulties including stuttering, language delay and articulation. Katie also enjoys working with clients with swallowing problems.

Katie has recently had her first child.  She loves to travel, read and cook!