Welcome to Lindfield Speech


Assessing and managing speech, language and learning difficulties since 1990

*Physiotherapy services commencing in early 2024*

If you, your child or someone you care for is having trouble communicating or interacting with others, or struggling to learn, Lindfield Speech Pathology can help.

Since 1990 the clinic’s professionals have specialised in:

  • Delayed speech and language development
  • Articulation difficulties
  • Stuttering
  • Language difficulties
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Social Skills
  • Voice problems
  • Dyslexia
  • Literacy and learning difficulties
  • Spelling

We operate under one philosophy – to ensure that each client we serve receives the best possible professional care in an environment that builds confidence and real improvement.

Our team of dedicated professionals is committed to helping you or your child with all aspects of speech, language and learning development. We can also assist with literacy development such as written language, reading and spelling.

Services are provided face-to-face in our Pymble clinic, in schools, in your home or online.

Lindfield Speech Pathology is now a part the Help at Hand Support, a family-owned healthcare provider whose passion is to help empower people living with a disability to live their best life.


Speech Pathology

Our experienced clinicians specialise in particular areas of Speech Pathology and all work under the Centre’s core commitment of genuine individual care.

Online Therapy

Our Clinic offers online therapy to children and adults available to most countries throughout the world.


Our team of physios will work with you to provide solutions that are tailored for your support needs.

NDIS Participants

We accept NDIS participants and will work with you on a care plan.

What to Expect

If you, your child or someone you care for would like to be seen by a speech pathologist or physiotherapist, the first step is to phone us or complete our referral form.

Your first contact will be with our office staff, who will take down your details what you are concerned about. A clinician will then contact you to discuss this in more detail and to arrange an appointment time for an assessment. Assessments can be conducted in clinic or online.

Common Problems

We assess and treat children and adults with literacy, language, speech, autism spectrum disorders, social skills, auditory processing difficulties, stuttering and dyslexia.

If you or your child is having problems with one of these areas we can help.

Personalised Therapies

Each person’s therapy is individualised according to their needs. The report you will receive following the assessment will outline recommendations specific to you.