Laura graduated from Australian Catholic University where she learned a Bachelor of Speech Pathology, along with various awards such as the Executive Dean Commendation and the Family Based Care scholarship.
Laura has over 14 years experience working with infants and children in private homes, childcare centres, preschools, primary schools and high schools in a range of roles such as Early Childhood Teacher, Sign Language Teacher and Learning Support Officer for children with additional learning needs or disabilities.
She also had the privilege of working at an accent modification clinic where she was able to work with adults from a range of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, assisting them with their goals to be understood and more confident speaking in different contexts.
She specialises in community health providing holistic and family centred assessment and intervention for speech, language, fluency, feeding and swallowing and social skills to children aged 0-5.
She is Hanen It Takes Two To Talk certified and aim to empower and support parents in facilitating interaction and language development.
She aim to provide a service that is empathetic, motivating and uniquely tailored to the individual’s needs.
She is a third generation sign language (Auslan) user as I come from a Deaf family, She is very passionate about Deaf culture and history!
Telehealth days: Monday, Tuesday & Friday