"Learning to talk"

About: Broome Community Health Service

(as a parent/guardian),

When my child started Kindy, they still had a lot of trouble pronouncing some key letters like 'S' and 'Z' and considering their own name started with 'Z', this made socialising with other kids their own age and being understood without their parents difficult. 

We started visiting Joan at Speech Pathology after going to the Dakas St Drop-in Clinic - after a few months my child's speech had improved so much and now only maybe 8 months later my child is speaking clearly. We were so happy with our child's progress and the gentle, kind and encouraging way that Joan used to teach our child their sounds. Thanks so much Joan. 

Responses

Response from Chris Hart, Acting Allied Health Manager, Allied Health, WACHS Kimberley about a year and a half ago
Chris Hart
Acting Allied Health Manager, Allied Health,
WACHS Kimberley
Submitted on 06/08/2019 at 10:58
Published on Care Opinion at 11:09


Dear Broome kid,

Thank you for taking the time to share your experience.

My apologies for the delayed response, I have just returned from leave.

We are really proud of the Allied Health team here in Broome. They are always such a dedicated, positive, supportive group and they care deeply about what they do and the people they help.

I have shared your feedback with Joan and the rest of the Allied Health team.

It's always nice to be able to recognise our staff so thank you for giving me that opportunity.

We also have some exciting new developments coming for the Dakas Street Drop-In Clinic space which will make the service even more accessible for the children of Broome.

Kind regards

Chris Hart

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