Pip graduated with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from Curtin University in 2016, and since then has worked primarily in paediatric disability, specialising in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Pip is an enthusiastic Speech Pathologist, who loves being a part of a child’s journey and helping them reach their full potential. She is passionate about the family-centred practice and upskilling the important people in a child’s life in how to best support them.
Before working at Aim, Pip worked at a not-for-profit where she supported children in the clinic, home, school and daycare environments to help them to achieve their goals. Pip has extensive experience delivering individual and group-based therapy for clients with a range of disorders, including Global Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, Hearing Impairment, Developmental Language Delay, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Stuttering and Childhood Apraxia of Speech.
Pip has also worked within a multi-disciplinary Behaviour Support Team and held a Senior Role where she presented to staff and parent training, supervised a team of transdisciplinary therapists, was involved in a number of clinical projects as well as overseeing a complex caseload. Pip has a particular interest in the assessment and implementation of high and low tech AAC devices and supporting their use at home and school.
In her spare time, Pip enjoys spending time with her dog, going to the beach and relaxing with a book.