Our clinicians are exceptionally dedicated and highly skilled professionals. Our average experience exceeds ten years and our team includes published Researchers, Medicolegal Dispute Assessors, Clinical Educators and Senior Clinicians from our chosen specialties. We pride ourself on attracting high calibre clinicians to our group.
Colleen has worked as a Speech Pathologist for more than thirty years with extensive experience in adult communication and swallowing disorders in acute, rehabilitation and community settings. Her interests include Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Parkinson’s Disease and Voice Disorders.
Louise has over 35 years experience in adult rehabilitation, including both clinical and management roles. She has experience in neurogenic communication and swallowing disorders, with particular interest in aphasia, traumatic brain injury and cognitive rehabilitation.
Sally has worked as a Speech Pathologist for the past 12 years. She possesses extensive skills in the treatment and management of patients with head
and neck cancer and individuals who have sustained a traumatic brain injury.
Alison has worked as a speech pathologist with adults in acute, sub-acute, rehabilitation and community settings for 30 years. Her particular interests include working with clients in aged care facilities and in the acute hospital setting.
Sam graduated from a Master of Speech Language pathology at Macquarie University in 2014. Since that time she has worked in rural, regional, andmetropolitan areas and provided services across a range of acute, rehabilitation, aged care, and community settings.
Michelle is our Practice Manager and has a background in Human Resources. She is on board to manage our patient database and assist with the day to day administration requirements of the practice. Michelle also assists with new enquiries and invoicing and will often be the voice on the phone if you are making an appointment.
Bronte is our administrative, and social media assistant. She has completed a bachelor of Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences, and is currently studying a Masters of Speech Language Pathology at Macquarie University.