Katie Milton2023-06-23T01:59:44+08:00I am putting the work in to create a safe space more my clients from this community. We display some signage. There is a non-gendered toilet available.
Can I claim health insurance?
Katie Milton2023-06-23T02:07:30+08:00This depends on your level of cover. It is advisable to ring your fund first and ask. HICAPS and instant Medicare claiming is available in the clinic.
Can I claim Medicare?
Katie Milton2023-06-23T02:03:12+08:00You may be eligible for a GP management plan depending on your condition. This is organised at your GP’s discretion. You do need to bring your GP management plan on the day or sent in in before your appointment if you are wishing to access your instant rebate.
Do I need a referral?
Katie Milton2023-06-23T02:04:07+08:00You can call up and refer yourself. If you have seen another specialist (such as an ENT) it very useful to bring any reports and paperwork you have.
Do you work with NDIS clients?
Katie Milton2023-06-23T02:07:24+08:00Yes! Client’s who are plan-managed or self-managed can access these services.
Improved Speech Clarity: If you have difficulty articulating certain sounds or if your speech is unclear, a speech pathologist can work with you to improve your speech clarity. Through targeted exercises and techniques, they can help you produce sounds more accurately, making your speech more intelligible.
Improved Fluency Speech: If you experience stuttering or other fluency disorders, a speech pathologist can help you develop strategies to improve fluency. They can provide techniques to manage stuttering, reduce disfluencies, and enhance your overall communication fluency.
Enhanced Voice Quality: If you have voice problems, such as hoarseness, vocal strain, or vocal nodules, an SLP can assess your voice production, provide voice therapy exercises, and teach you techniques to improve voice quality and reduce vocal strain.
Effective Communication Strategies: SLPs can teach you communication strategies and techniques to enhance your overall communication effectiveness. This may include skills like active listening, assertive communication, non-verbal communication, and social communication skills, which can benefit you in personal, academic, and professional settings.
Why should I see Katie Milton Speech Pathology and Voice Care?
Expertise and Professionalism: A qualified and experienced speech pathologist who is dedicated to providing the best possible care but staying updated with the latest research in her fields of interest
An Individualized Approach: Each person is unique, with specific communication needs and goals. Treatment is personalized to meet individual needs.
Evidence-Based Treatment: Therapy techniques are grounded in the latest scientific knowledge and tailored to address your specific communication goals.
A Holistic Approach: Katie considers the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional aspects of communication in our assessment and intervention process. This comprehensive approach helps us provide well-rounded care and support your overall communication well-being.