About Woodend Paediatric Speech Pathology

Founded in 2003 by speech pathologist Rhonda Hill and situated in Woodend, Woodend Paediatric Speech Pathology (WPSP) now has four part time speech pathologists on staff. The speech pathologists treat speech, language, literacy and communication disorders in all age groups of children, from toddlers through to adolescents in a warm and welcoming family friendly environment.

The speech pathology team at WPSP offers quality Speech Pathology assessments, speech therapy, training and resources to children, adolescents, their families and teaching staff from kindergartens, schools and child care.

Intervention is provided within individual or group sessions for a wide range of speech pathology needs including;

Articulation / speech clarity
Language delays / disorders
Early learning difficulties
Stuttering / fluency
Developmental delays
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Phonological Awareness
Dyslexia and Literacy Difficulties - Spelling, Reading and Comprehension
Sentence Structure and Grammar
Semantic / Vocabulary development
Language comprehension
Pragmatic / Social Skills
Voice Disorders
Augmentative/Alternative Communication systems
Key Word Signing
Disability / Multiple Needs
Preparing for school entry

The Secret Agent Society social skills program (8 - 12 years) is offered at the clinic.  Please call if you would like more information.

Our team of committed therapists aim to provide evidence based, family focused therapy services.  We work collaboratively with a range of education and health care professionals including; Teachers, Teacher Aides, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Social Workers, GP’s, Maternal and Child Health Nurses, ENT's, and Paediatricians.


Woodend Paediatric Speech Pathology was a finalist in the Excellence in Professional Services category in the Bendigo Bank Macedon Ranges Business Excellence Awards for 2016.


We would like to thank everyone who nominated us.





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