(B.SP.Path, CPSP, MSPA, Hanen Certified Speech Pathologist)


Meg Sheridan is a Speech Pathologist who has been working with children and adults in rural communities for the past 10 years.


Meg is committed to supporting families and individuals to talk, play, learn, eat, live and connect with others.


Assessment and intervention is available for:

  • Speech (saying sounds clearly).

  • Language (understanding others, spoken language and using language to express yourself. Signing and visuals can be used to support both).

  • Social skills (play and interaction).

  • Literacy/emergent literacy (skills for spelling, reading & writing).

  • Dysfluency (stuttering).

  • Adult dysphagia (eating and drinking safely).


Standardised assessment is also available.


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and education sessions are available for School, Preschool & Child Care Educators, Nursing Home & Residential Facilities. Please contact to discuss your specific needs.


OUT-OF-CLINIC VISITS to regional locations, homes, nursing homes & residential facilities, schools, preschools, and other sites can be arranged on request.


FEES: Please contact Meg to discuss session fees. (Note: some travel fees may apply).

PAYMENT: HICAPS (instant Medicare and Private Health Fund rebates) and EFTPOS are available.


CANCELLATION POLICY: A cancellation fee will apply for non-attendance and for appointments that are cancelled with less than 24 hours' notice. 


MEDICARE & DVA: Communicate Speech-Language Pathology is registered with Medicare and DVA.


NDIS & FaHCSIA: Communicate Speech-Language Pathology is approved to provide services under the National Disability Insurance Sceme (NDIS), the FaHCSIA Helping Children with Autism scheme and Better Start Initiatives.


If you are using your NDIS or FaHCSIA funding to access services you will be charged the current NDIS rate as outlined in your service agreement and current FaHCSIA hourly rate as outlined on the website (see below).


Please note that therapy costs cover face to face support in addition to resource development, phone calls/emails, planning with education and medical personnel.

For more details please visit: https://www.dss.gov.au/our-responsibilities/disability-and-carers/program-services/for-people-with-disability/helping-children-with-autism/communicate-speech-language-pathology