Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Speech4Kids respects your rights and privacy. Our practice endeavors to protect you and your child through strict confidentiality. As such, we have this privacy policy in place to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy.

Our commitment to privacy ensures that you can access our home page and website without the collection of any personal information.

Any information collected by Speech4Kids is obtained with consent for the purpose of providing assessment and therapy for you and/or your child. Personal information, such as your name, address, Medicare and health insurance details are used for the purpose of addressing accounts, processing payments, and contacting you regarding our services and you or your child’s therapy.


Speech4Kids will take reasonable steps to keep secure any personal information which we hold. Personal information is stored in a secure server or secure files in order to protect your information from unauthorized access, improper use, alteration and unlawful or accidental destruction.

Disclosing Information

We may disclose you or your child’s information to other health care or educational professionals, or require information from them if it is necessary in the context of you or your child’s assessment and therapy. Disclosure will not be made without your prior consent. If you have any queries or concerns about our handling of your health information, please do not hesitate to raise these concerns with our practice.

We will never sell or rent any private information. We will only disclose personal information in accordance with the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000. This means it will only be disclosed if:

  • We have your consent;
  • We are required by law to disclose it; or
  • It is otherwise permitted under the Act.


The information contained on this website is not advice. It is general information regarding children’s and adult’s communication. It is not intended as a primary source of identifying communication and language difficulties; professional advice from a certified Speech and Language Pathologist is strongly recommended.