|Sharyn Mascall TLC-WA Mentor||Sharyn specialises in working with young children, including infants with feeding difficulties. She works with families to develop children’s communication, phonology (speech sounds), expressive language and comprehension skills. Sharyn works with young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and is trained in the use of Picture Exchange Communication Systems, MAKATON and PROMPT. She also has an interest in the language difficulties experienced by multiple birth children, having twins of her own.|
|Beth BrettTLC-WA Mentor||Beth qualified in the UK in 1991 and has had experience with both adults and children.
Currently treats a general paediatric caseload and has particular interest in early language, phonological and dyspraxic disorders and children within the autism spectrum.
|Anthea Buma||Anthea enjoys working with children and adults with a range of communication difficulties since graduating in Perth in 1983. She has worked in Perth and the UK, and volunteer as a Speech Pathologist in developing countries. Anthea loves to enable children and their families where there are difficulties in the areas of language expression and comprehension, auditory processing, memory, social skills and speech/articulation. She is PROMPT trained to Bridging level. Anthea also has a particular interest in working with children with phonological awareness and literacy difficulties|
|Diana Chivers||Since graduating in 2007 Diana has worked with adults at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Joondalup Health Campus in the field of dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) particularly patients with dementia, stroke, head injury, Parkinson’s, Motor Neurone Disease and Multiple Sclerosis. She also worked with children with dysphagia as a result of cerebral palsy. In October 2010 Diana joined TLC-WA to pursue her particular interest in working with children in the areas of stuttering, phonology, dyspraxia, and early language acquisition.|
||After graduating from Latrobe University, Melbourne I moved and worked with children and adults in a hospital setting south coast NSW where I met my husband and then moved to New Zealand. I worked for Specialist Education Services in an Early Intervention Team for 10 years with a wide range of children and their families. In January 2007 we moved to Perth for the warm coastal lifestyle. I especially enjoy working with preschoolers and early primary school aged children who have difficulties with speech sounds, language skills, phonological awareness, stuttering, attention, listening, auditory processing and memory|
|Sarah Alger||Sarah is a UK trained speech pathologist who moved to Perth permanently in 2014. Sarah provides clinic & school based services to clients with varying communication need including speech/articulation, comprehension, expressive language, auditory processing, fluency, literacy & social skills. She is a PROMPT trained therapist and attends regular workshops & training to further develop her knowledge & skills. Sarah is also involved in the planning & running of social skills groups.|
|Jade Menzies||Jade completed a Bachelor of Speech Pathology at Edith Cowan University where she gained experience working within the adult and paediatric population. She is passionate about working with children and their families to provide individualised and client centred therapy. Jade is a Lidcombe and PROMPT trained therapist. She currently treats a generalist caseload working with early intervention, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), disabilities, pre-school and school aged children. She provides Speech Pathology services targeting social skills, speech/articulation skills, pre-literacy and literacy skills, auditory processing, comprehension skills, expressive language, and fluency/stuttering.|
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|Anne-Marie Haygarth||Ann-Marie holds a Masters degree in Speech Pathology from Curtin University. She has experience working with children and adolescents in the areas of speech, language and literacy. Ann-Marie enjoys working to support children reach their full potential across all aspects of communication so that they can engage more effectively with the world around them. Ann-Marie worked in the corporate sector in communications and marketing, prior to becoming a Speech Pathologist.|
|Nikki Campbell||Nikki enjoys working with a general paediatric caseload, including auditory processing, school-age language, literacy and speech sound difficulties as well as early speech and language development and the challenges presented to children on the autistic spectrum. She qualified in South Africa as a Speech and Language Pathologist and Audiologist in 1999. Since completing her Master’s in Speech and Language Pathology in 2003 she has worked in the UK, the USA and South Africa. Nikki believes in working with the child and their family to facilitate the development of their communication skills and self-esteem which is essential to allow them to reach their full potential.|