Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist
Rosie believes language and literacy therapy should be focused on the whole child: what inspires them to talk, the way they learn, and how they express their own unique personalities. For her, it is important to work with the child and their family to develop rapport, diagnose the issue and nurture their way to effective communication.
To motivate her clients, Rosie uses fun game-based therapies that are tailored to each child’s interests. Rosie continues to expand her vast clinical experience and extensive skill-set by regularly attending professional development courses. Although she loves going to work every day, Rosie especially looks forward to Sunday mornings walking her border collie Jedi to the local cafe for breakfast with her husband and their two adult children.
Rosie practices in the following areas:
Literacy ( pre and primary school age), Articulation, Hearing disorders, Early language, Social & play skills, Attention related disorders, Autism related disorders, Dyspraxia, Tongue thrust and Stuttering (<6 years).