Jasmine graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology
(Honours) in 2019. Jasmine is enthusiastic in providing speech pathology services within the
paediatric population to achieve functional and meaningful goals in order to promote their
quality of life. However, Jasmine has also worked with clients across a wide age range in
different settings (i.e childcare centres, hospitals, schools, clinics, and private practice) and
gained experiences in providing assessments and intervention in both paediatric and adult
population in the areas of articulation, phonology, language, literacy, stuttering, swallowing,
and multi-modal communication.
Additionally, Jasmine has worked within a multi-disciplinary team and held a clinical
educator role where she supervised speech pathology students in their block placements.
Jasmine has a particular interest in supporting newborns in their feeding journey and assist
children who experienced paediatric feeding disorders to enjoy a wide selection of food and
mealtimes within the family, thus promoting their quality of life.
In her spare time, Jasmine enjoys cooking, baking, exploring new foods, going to the beach,
and watching movies.