Bachelor of Speech Pathology – Australian Catholic University
Zoe is an enthusiastic and dedicated Speech Pathologist who has a passion for working with people of all ages to improve their communication and/or swallowing. Zoe provides assessment and management across a range of areas including speech, language, literacy, stuttering, pragmatics/social skills and Alternative and Augmentative Communication. Although she is passionate about all areas of speech pathology, her special interests are in phonological speech disorders and stuttering. Zoe understands that every child is different. She is highly motivated and strives to create individualised goals and therapy sessions, incorporating the child’s interests into activities. Her aim is to make sessions fun, engaging and motivating for each child. Zoe believes that working in a team alongside health professionals, teachers and caregivers will ensure holistic, client-focussed care with maximum gains. She works closely with families, taking the time to understand the needs of the client and caregivers. She endeavours to maintain open, two-way communication with clients and families.
Zoe is committed to her own ongoing professional development, and is dedicated to providing evidence-based practice in all circumstances. Zoe completed her Bachelor of Speech Pathology at Australian Catholic University (ACU), and is a Certified Practicing Member of Speech Pathology Australia (SPA). Zoe is currently completing the HDST New Graduate Program.
Outside of work, Zoe enjoys cooking, travelling, and salsa dancing.
Speech Pathology Australia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Intervention for Children with
Autism; Current Research and Implications for Practice (2017).
Zoe currently provides offsite services to:
Yenu Allowah Aboriginal Child and Family Centre
Halinda School SSP
Murray Farm Public School
Model Farms High School