Speech Pathologist Jobs in Australia
A Speech Pathologist assesses and treats people with communication disabilities. A Speech Pathologist has expert knowledge of all aspects of communication including speech, writing, reading, signs, symbols and gestures.

Speech Pathologists may be employed across a range of settings, including:

  • kindergartens and schools
  • aged care and nursing homes
  • hospitals
  • rehabilitation centres or services
  • mental health services
  • community health centres
  • private practice

A Speech Pathologists may undertake the following tasks:

  • advising a mother on feeding a baby with a cleft palate
  • working with children in a child care centre
  • working with a school child who is struggling to understand their teacher
  • treating a teenager with a stutter
  • working as part of a team with other experts to rehabilitate someone with a severe brain injury resulting from a vehicle accident
  • treating a stroke victim to enable them to regain communication skills
  • assisting children and adults to gain or strengthen literacy skills

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