Emily recognises the importance of communication across the lifespan, and understands how speech and language difficulties can impact on wellbeing and quality of life. Her aim is to deliver therapy that is fun and tailored to each child's unique needs, and in doing so, help children to find their voice and reach their full potential. She strives to make a real difference by working collaboratively with families to help children overcome their challenges and become confident and effective communicators.
Emily studied Speech Pathology at Australian Catholic University in Brisbane, and enjoys treating early childhood language delays, speech sound disorders, orofacial myofunctional disorders and paediatric feeding difficulties (fussy eaters). Emily finds it incredibly rewarding to know that through enhancing a child's communication skills, she is facilitating positive changes across many other areas of the child's life, such as learning, independence, confidence, relationships and emotional well-being.