La Trobe Communication Clinic
The La Trobe Communication Clinic provides high quality speech pathology services to the community from the University's Bundoora campus or via telehealth.
Our Clinic offers a range of evidence-based services in voice, fluency (stuttering), and preschool speech and language. It is equipped with ten clinical spaces with adjacent observation rooms for teaching purposes.
Our clinical programs are delivered by students working under the direct supervision of highly qualified and experienced clinician educators. It is part of our mission to ensure that students develop the competencies, skills and experience to provide safe and effective speech pathology services to the community on graduation.
Our services include:
We support preschool children with speech and/or language delays or disorders and their parent/carers. Services are tailored to the individual needs of the child and involve a combination of assessment, individual therapy, parent/carer education, reviews and home programs. Services are provided by student clinicians who work under the supervision of a qualified speech pathologist.
We offer assessment and treatment services to children under the age of 12 years who stutter. Evidence-based programs are delivered by final year students and a qualified speech pathologist.
We offer an individualised program of voice and communication services for adults and children with a range of voice and communication difficulties. Our services are supported by world leading researchers, skilled voice clinicians and final year speech pathology students.
We offer an individualised program of voice and communication training for trans people. Our services are supported by world leading researchers, skilled voice clinicians and final year speech pathology students.
The La Trobe Communication Clinic is open Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm.
Clients will be admitted to Clinic if they meet the eligibility guidelines and agree to the fee schedule and attendance requirements. No client will be refused services based on gender, race, religion or sexuality.
Speech pathology services offered by the La Trobe Communication Clinic are not refundable through Medicare or private health insurance.
We accept cash, cheque (payable to La Trobe University), EFTPOS, Visa/MasterCard and American Express.
The following fees will be charged for all clinic appointment cancellations within 24 hours or failure to attend a session without notification:
- Cancellation within 24 hours of session incurs a 50% of session fee
- Failure to attend without notification incurs full session fee
- A $10 cancellation charge will be incurred by clients seen in the Monash Gender Clinic funded service, who fail to attend a scheduled session without notice or who cancel their session with less than 24 hours’ notice.
Concessions are only available for clients on the presentation of a HealthCare card. However, fees may be altered due to individual circumstances.
|Speech and Language (Preschool age)||Screening assessment||$60||$30|
|Therapy / review session||$30||$15|
|Paediatric Fluency (Lidcombe Program)||Assessment / review session||$60||$30|
|Therapy / review session||$40||$20|
|Adolescent and Adult Fluency||Assessment||$60||$30|
|Intensive Smooth Speech Program||$850||$450|
|Adult and Child Voice||Assessment||$60||$30|
|Trans and Gender Diverse Voice||Assessment||$60||$30|
|Group review day (four hours)||$60||$30|
Trans and Gender Diverse Voice|
(Clients referred by Monash Gender Clinic)
We are located at La Trobe University’s Melbourne campus in Bundoora, level 4, Health Sciences Building 1.
By public transport
86 Tram Bundoora RMIT – Waterfront City Docklands, stop 60.
Bus routes: 250, 350, 548, 550, and 551, La Trobe University Bus Terminus.