Providing Speech Therapy For Adults and Children with Speech & Language Disabilities

Let our Mobile Speech Pathologists help you find your voice.

Physio Inq Mobile Speech Pathology service provides support for any adults and children with a disability or difficulty with speech, language, voice and swallowing disorders.

Unfortunately, when someone is struggling with their language and speech, it can affect their experience at work , at school and in social situations. Working with our mobile speech pathologists can help. 

Did you know Physio Inq is a NDIS provider?

Speech Pathology services to participants in the NDIS is an area very dear to Physio Inq’s hearts. Assisting those most in need is what makes that our dedicated team of Speech Pathologists get out of bed every day with a spring in their step.

Since Physio Inq is an NDIS provider, we’ll do our very best to help you with a comprehensive plan to meet you and your family’s needs.

Our Physio Inq NDIS Speech Pathology therapists can help with a wide range of speech disabilities for Adults & Children including:

  • Mispronunciation
  • Vocabulary comprehension
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Stuttering
  • Autism or Asperger’s affecting social skills
  • Social skills to interact with family and peers
  • Clients who use symbols or sign language to communicate
  • Difficulty swallowing food or drinks
  • Slurred or imprecise speech
  • Difficulty understanding what others are saying or writing
  • Coughing or choking episodes during meals
  • And much more

We provide care in the areas of acquired communication and swallowing disorders including those associated with brain injury, progressive neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease, dementia, head and neck cancer and the multitude of voice disorders among others. Physio Inq speech pathologists create a custom treatment plan to improve your specific communication challenges - whatever those challenges may be.

Having a Mobile Speech Pathologist attend to your needs at a location that is convenient to you can save you time and unnecessary discomforts.

Other Speech Pathology services that Physio Inq is able to offer

About Physio Inq's Care

  • Strong history in home based care 
  • Over 200 clinical experts in services for speech pathology 
  • NDIS registered provider
  • Home Care Package (HCP) and Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)
  • A commitment to expediting referrals based on clinical needs 
  • Dedicated contact person for your business 
  • Access to multiple disciplines and services under one roof 
  • Large geographical coverage
  • High quality reporting 
  • Experienced clinical staff

* through partnerships with your registered provider


We are committed to providing our service In-Home wherever possible. From time to time, circumstances such as staffing, demand and availability may prevent this from occurring. In those instances, we will assist in arranging alternative service methods such as telehealth for Speech Pathology.


Why worry about the stresses of parking and traffic when you simply don't have too anymore. Our Allied Health Team are currently serving the following states in Australia;

Mobile & In Home Speech Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Mobile Speech Pathology is the term we use to describe Speech Pathology that comes to you. We are able to deliver the service in your home, or anywhere you prefer in your community. This could be your home, pre-schools, primary schools, childcare centres, high school and nursing homes. Our Mobile Speech Pathology team come to you.

We are currently covering New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania & Western Australia.

There is no difference. The term speech pathology is more commonly used in Australia than speech therapy, however they are both the same profession. All speech pathologists/therapists are required to complete a university qualification and be registered with Speech Pathology Australia.

Early Intervention is the term used to describe the services and supports that are available to babies and young children with developmental delays and disabilities and their families. Speech Pathology has been shown to be very effective as part of an early intervention program.

Our Speech Pathologists provide a person centred, and goal orientated service. We work with you as a team to provide best in market care. At your first session, the Speech Pathology will be sure to introduce themselves, and listen to your around your concerns, history and why you are engaging in Speech Pathology. They will also review any reports, plans or relevant medical information also.
After listening to your concerns and goals - your Speech Pathologist will take you through a selection of assessments to establish your needs.
After a comprehensive assessment, the Speech Pathology will discuss with your outcomes, and propose an agreed treatment plan to help you achieve your desired goals from treatment.

It is helpful if you have any information or reports from your General Practitioner (GP) that may be appropriate and may assist us in understanding what your needs are. If you are an NDIS participant, a copy of your NDIS plan Goals is also helpful to guide our assessment and identify what areas you may require our assistance.

Speech- pathologists are integral in helping to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.
This may include ways to improve speech clarity or fluency, or signs, symbols, gestures, and other forms of assisted communication.
Speech pathologists can also assist people who have trouble swallowing food and drink.

Under the NDIS scheme we have access to interpreters who can be arranged free of charge to come to the initial assessment to assist with the appointment.
Simply let us know if you need this and we will arrange this for you.
Otherwise, we are able to organise sessions when family members might be present to assist with communication, or match the client with a therapist who speaks the same language if that is available.

At Physio Inq, we are happy to accept referrals in your preferred method, these include:
Phone: 1300 731 733
Email: mobile@physioinq.com.au
**Online: ** https://www.physioinq.com.au/allied-health-referral-form

No you do not. At Physio Inq we can see clients without a referral for Speech Pathology. We are able to work with you to establish your needs and assist in getting a referral should that provide additional funding for you for services.

Yes, we do see clients under My Aged Care who have their packages managed by a Provider. If you would like to see us, we will organise a Service Agreement with your plan manager and bill them directly under your My Aged Care Package.

Your child may benefit from Speech Therapy if they are struggling with communication including:

  • Not formulating words or communicating at age appropriate levels
  • Problems with others understanding what they are saying
  • Difficulty understanding what other people say.
    -Frustration with difficulty with communication
    -Difficulty projecting their voice
  • Stuttering, or
  • A speech impediment/list

Yes - Speech Pathology does work for toddlers.
Speech pathologists are university trained professionals who can help toddlers with:

  • Speech and sound generation
  • language development
  • Reading and writing
  • Social skills
  • Stuttering
    Speech Pathologists assist toddlers find the best way to communicate to meet their needs. This might include strategies to improve speech clarity or fluency, or signs, symbols, gestures, and other forms of assisted communication.
    Speech Pathologists can work in kindergartens and schools, hospitals, early intervention programs, community health centres, mental health services and private practice.

Yes - Speech pathology can have great results with adults. When we think of lisps and speech impediments, we often only think of children. Yet, there are many reasons why adults could benefit from speech therapy.
An adult who would benefit from speech pathology might have the following symptoms:

  • Difficulty speaking clearly
  • Issues with swallowing
  • Difficulty stringing words and phrases together
  • Difficulty reading and writing
  • Dry mouth
  • Stuttering and lisps
  • Chronic sore throat or pain in the vocal cords-

Speech therapy assists with challenges of language and communication often experienced by people with autism spectrum disorder. It can help people with autism improve their verbal, nonverbal, and social communication.
A speech pathologist may look to improve spoken language, assist in development or improvement of nonverbal skills such as gestures or signs, or work with someone to learn to communicate using an alternative method (such as pictures or technology).

We have a dedicated customer service team to assist you in booking an appointment. This team will discuss with your needs, any treatment preferences and where you would like to be seen (in your home, community etc).
At Physio Inq we aim to see all new clients as soon as possible - to meet your needs. In many areas we have immediate availability, meaning you can be seen inside 48 hours. In areas of longer wait times, we of course communicate this with you and book a time suitable in the future.

Our therapists carry around a payment square with them at all times allowing them to process payment from your credit or Visa Debit card on the spot.
You will be issued with an invoice straight away that you can use to claim back from your Health fund or Medicare online.

Consultation length varies dependent on your individual needs. Our initial consultations may take up to 1 hour, and follow up sessions may vary but most commonly are an hour in duration.

Yes - A speech pathologist is trained to assess and treat stuttering. If a child stutters for some years, it can be harmful, even if natural recovery occurs without therapy.
For this reason, it is recommended that all pre-school children who start to stutter receive therapy.
For older children, adolescents and adults, a speech pathologist can recommend treatment to reduce the impact of stuttering on daily life.

Our prices vary dependent upon services required and your geographic location. A Copy of our price guide can be found here. Our customer service team will provide you with your pricing based on your individual circumstances in your initial contact with them.

Rebate from your health fund is completely dependent on your level of insurance cover. We encourage you to call your personal health fund to ask what your package rebate amount is. It varies from package to package, with some clients earning up to an 80% rebate on the cost of their sessions.

We are indeed one of the first NDIS Allied Health providers in Australia, being involved with the first rollout in NSW. We know NDIS very well and our therapists are highly trained in the scheme.

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