About Us

South Coast Speech Pathology is a mobile practice based just south of Moruya in the Eurobodalla Shire. We can visit you in your home, school, childcare center, or aged care facility.

We also provide outreach services for those in the Bega Valley and Shoalhaven areas. Where appropriate these outreach services can be supported by real-time Telehealth (yes, we’ll provide interactive therapy over the web!)

To confirm that we service your area feel free to search by district below. If you are unsure or your area is not listed please call us during business hours on 0433 562 902. If your query is outside of business hours please use the contact form on our ‘Contact Us’ page or find us on Facebook. 

Milton, Mollymook, Ulladulla, Dolphin Point, Lake Conjola, Bawley Point

Batemans Bay, Batehaven, Broulee, Moruya, Bodalla, Tuross Head, Narooma, Tilba

Bega, Bermagui, Tathra, Tura Beach, Merimbula, Pambula

Our Therapists

Claire Price - Director & Speech Pathologist
BBehavSc(Psych), MSpPathSt, CPSP

Claire is the founder of South Coast Speech Pathology. She is an experienced Speech Pathologist who has worked throughout Sydney, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula before settling with her partner on the idyllic South Coast of NSW. She looks forward to forming long lasting relationships with local families and organisations. 

Claire holds a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology), a Master of Speech Pathology Studies and is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Education, specialising in Learning Difficulties. 

Claire has completed additional training in a number of evidence based programs: 

  • The SOS Approach to Feeding
  • Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk
  • The Lidcombe Program for stuttering
  • The Spalding Method
  • MULTILIT: Reading Tutor Program
  • Lindamood-Bell’s Visualizing and Verbalizing Program
  • Circle of Security – Parenting
  • Ellyn Satter: Division of Responsibility in Feeding

Claire’s experience and post-graduate training assist her to create individualised and holistic therapy sessions that help children and adults reach their potential. She believes in client-centered care, and building on an individual’s strengths to help them to become valued members of their community. 

Kate Patten - Speech Pathologist
BAppSc(SpPath), CPSP

A graduate from The University of Sydney, Kate relocated to the beautiful South Coast of NSW in 2018. Kate holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology) and is a member of Speech Pathology Australia. 

Throughout her studies, Kate worked with paediatric clients both around Sydney and in Darwin. She has experience working in the public hospital system and a specific interest in providing speech pathology assessment and therapy to adult clients.

Kate has a passion for working with clients post stroke and clients with neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s. She has experience across a range of practice areas including dysphagia management, speech, language and voice interventions. Kate enjoys building rapport and working collaboratively with her clients and their families, in order to ensure client-centred practice.

When Kate is not working, you’ll find her exploring outdoors, playing sport or cafe hopping.

Speech Pathology Australia certified speech pathologist

Our Speech Pathologists are certified practising members of Speech Pathology Australia (SPA). SPA is the national peak body for the speech pathology profession in Australia.


South Coast Speech Pathology aims to support individuals of all ages and all abilities to gain independence and confidence. We believe that everyone has the right to be an effective communicator, and a thriving member of their community.


South Coast Speech Pathology (SCSP) sees value in a local service that links individuals to their community and like-minded organisations. We aim to be a familiar face that empowers families and caregivers. SCSP strives to provide friendly, flexible, and quality support throughout the lifespan.

Acknowledgment of Country

South Coast Speech Pathology wishes to extend our respects to the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work, the Elders past and present and to the children and young people of today, who are the Elders of tomorrow.