Elle holds a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from Edith Cowen University. Elle has a background working in rural and remote communities, in addition to working with children with a range of disabilities and in school settings. Elle also has a keen interest in stroke rehabilitation and has experience working within hospital settings.
Elle is an enthusiastic and energetic Speech Pathologist, who provides fun, engaging and holistic therapy for all children! Elle is a current Certified Practising member of Speech Pathology Australia and is Lidcombe trained. She is committed to providing family centred therapy, to assist all children with achieving their greatest potential.
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Olivia is a fun and motivated Speech Pathologist who enjoys providing holistic and engaging services to children. Olivia completed a Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology) from Curtin University and is a Practising member of Speech Pathology Australia and is Lidcombe trained. She has a background of working in both rural and school settings and has experience working with toddlers through to adolescents with speech, language and fluency difficulties. In addition to this, she has worked with children with a range of disabilities. Her interests include reading, swimming and playing with her pet cat Pebbles! Olivia looks forward to working collaboratively with children, their families, schools and other health professionals in order to choose appropriate and functional goals that will unleash a child’s true potential!
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Tamika is a Speech Pathologist who has always had a passion for working with children and making a difference in peoples' lives. She studied a Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) at University of Western Australia in Perth, and through this degree fell in love with the studies of linguistics and psychology. Drawing these skills together, Tamika then went on to study a Masters of Speech Pathology Studies at University of Queensland. She has worked throughout Australia in a range of government and private settings, which has exposed her to a wide range of children with variety of needs. Tamika has a strong passion for working in schools, and has specialised skills in this area. Tamika also has specialised clinical skills including Sounds-Write, ADOS 2 (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule 2), Lidcombe training, Hanen - It Takes Two to Talk, THRASS training, Speech Therapy Assistant training. Tamika is a Certified Practising member of Speech Pathology Australia. Tamika also works part-time for Curtin University running clinical education programs for future Speech Pathologists. She is a therapist who brings together clinical expertise with a fun and friendly attitude!
Available Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Madison is an enthusiastic and passionate Speech Pathologist who enjoys working with children and their families to achieve their individualised and meaningful goals. Madison completed a Bachelor of Science in Speech Pathology and is a Certified Practising member of Speech Pathology Australia, with a background of working in community settings with a range of ages from preschoolers to adults with speech, language and fluency difficulties. Madison is Lidcombe trained and has completed the Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk program, focusing on early communication skills. Madison is passionate about providing services that are holistic, fun, engaging and evidence-based, and enjoys working with speech sounds and early language skills.
Available Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Sarah is a compassionate and dedicated Speech Pathologist who strives to make therapy holistic, engaging, functional, and collaborative. She is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist as recognised by Speech Pathology Australia, having graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Speech Pathology).
Sarah has experience supporting pre-school and school aged children with a diverse range of speech, language, and literacy difficulties in clinical and school settings. She has a particular passion for literacy and stuttering, and is committed to ongoing professional development and learning to ensure evidence-based clinical practice.
As a mother, Sarah understands and appreciates the difficulties faced by many of our families and provides an empathetic and supportive approach to empower them in every way possible throughout the therapy process.
Available Monday, Friday, and Saturday.