School Support Services for non-verified students

Language Disorder Australia offers a fully funded service for verified students with Language Disorder.

The program is a multidisciplinary consultative service, which aims to improve education opportunities and learning outcomes for students with disability.

Our service complements existing supports within your school. We encourage the inclusion of all key stakeholders, including school staff, family members and allied health professionals, when referring to our service.


  • Prep to Year 3 Students.
  • Students who present with Oral Language challenges or a suspected of having a Language Disorder.
  • Please note – access to this service will be dependent on current availability – please speak with our team for further information.

Service includes

  • Classroom observation.
  • Informal multidisciplinary assessment.
  • Consultation with school staff and key stakeholders to identify your student’s strengths and support needs.
  • Collaborative goal setting.
  • Individualised report containing strategies and recommendations to support student learning and educational outcomes.

Our Support Networks

Therapy support for children and young people with Language Disorder

A full educational experience for children and young people with Language Disorder – from Prep to Year 12.

Enhancing outcomes for students with Language Disorder through consultation, capacity building through intensive support and professional learning for school staff.

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Support Developmental Language Disorder Day

on #DLDday, Friday October 14th, 2022

14 October is Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) Awareness Day.
The 2022 DLDday theme is Growing with DLD, highlighting that DLD is a lifelong, permanent disability.