Inclusive Communication is a family-centred speech-language therapy practice based in Wellington, New Zealand specialising in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Autism founded by Shannon Hennig in 2014.
Many of our clients are able to vocalize or speak some words, however at Inclusive Communication the ability to speak is not a prerequisite for speech-language therapy.
We provide treatment, consultation, intervention, and communication technology training to individuals of all ages in the settings where they live, learn, and work. We take a total communication approach and are passionate about balanced literacy instruction.
We work with children and adults with developmental delays, cerebral palsy, autism, and other conditions impacting their oral-motor skills or general language development. We also work with families with very young children who have speech and language disorders and delays. Our services incorporate family, friends, teachers and co-workers to ensure that they feel comfortable communicating with and supporting people who have speech and language difficulties.
We also work with schools to help them have responsive, empowering support to ensure that staff are able to provide quality inclusive education.
All are welcome to contact us to see if our expertise could assist with your unique situation.