Principal Speech Pathologist
Bianca loves seeing children communicate with success. She is a firm believer in early intervention and is passionate about providing evidence based speech therapy that is fun and effective. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Speech Pathology with Honors. She is a certified practising member of Speech Pathology Australia.
Bianca has worked in not-for-profit and private settings and has a special interest in providing specialist literacy, speech and language support. In additional to working with children with language delays, she is experienced in working with children with complex, developmental needs including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Disorder/ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ ADHD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD) and Intellectual Disability (ID). Bianca believes in providing holistic therapy and liaises regularly with her client’s teaching staff, allied health and medical teams.
Rachel is a passionate Speech Pathologist and enjoys problem solving and tailoring therapy to suit the individuals needs. She holds a bachelor of Speech Pathology and is a certified practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia. She has experience working in private practice and has a specific interest in literacy, narrative and language.
She has worked with a range of different diagnosis’s and presentations including Autism Specturm Disorder and Developmental Language Disorder. Rachel is also trained in Talk4writing and the Lidcombe program. In her spare time she enjoys reading, being outdoors and having coffee with friends. Rachel enjoys creating a fun and engaging therapy environment and empowering her students to communicate.
Keely is enjoys working with children and families to reach their communication goals.
She is a Speech Pathologist who is passionate about providing innovative and engaging speech therapy to children. She holds a Bachelor of Speech Pathology with Honours and is a member of Speech Pathology Australia.
Keely’s particular areas of interest include providing therapy to children with speech sound difficulties and language delays. She is a firm believer in providing parents and caregivers with the knowledge they need to support their child’s language development.
Lucinda is in her third year of Speech Pathology at Edith Cowan University. She has a particular interest in working with children who have speech and language delays.
In her free time, Lucinda will probably be winding down with a cup of coffee or enjoying a walk or a workout at the gym.
Leila Nur Riskiyandi
Leila is in her second year of Speech Pathology at Edith Cowan University. She holds a degree in Linguistics and Arabic Studies.
Leila is a busy Mother of four who enjoys spending time with her children. She is passionate about providing fun and engaging interventions to children of all ages.