Amy graduated with her Masters in Speech Pathology from Flinders University in South Australia and holds a current Speech Pathology Australia Membership. Alongside this Amy holds a Bachelor of Science, Majoring in Neuroscience from the University of Western Australia.
Amy enjoys working with paediatrics of a variety of ages from 2 years old and upwards and has experience working with children who have various communication difficulties, especially speech and language. Amy has experience providing therapy to schools as well as in clinics. She especially understands the importance of working collaboratively with other health professionals including occupational therapists, physiotherapists and staff to provide the most holistic client care and management. Amy has provided education and advice to parents and the entire multidisciplinary team regarding Speech Pathology related topics.
As Amy comes from a research-based background she understands the importance of instilling evidence-based practices into therapy and keeping up with the latest research regarding the most effective assessment and intervention practices in Speech Pathology.
Amy has a positive outlook on all aspects of life and is motivated to provide children with a thriving and enjoyable therapy plan that leads to positive future outcomes for both them and their families.