Georgia comes to Therapy Matters after having worked in another private practice setting traveling the length and breadth of Queensland, meeting the needs of rural and remote clients with a range of communication difficulties in an innovative service model. Georgia is adept at providing services in a diversity of settings to meet the needs of children with speech, language and literacy difficulties in their home, early childhood centre or in their school. She has also had experience meeting the needs of children with a diverse range of disabilities and complex communication needs. She has clinical interests in AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication). She particularly enjoys partnering together with families from a strengths based perspective.
Georgia combines her work at Therapy Matters with a one day a week consulting and supporting vulnerable children and families through a Child Care Centre organisation in Northern NSW.
Georgia became a qualified speech pathologist in 2015.
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