Tania is an accredited Key Word Sign Presenter. Tania has presented at local, national and international conferences on speech sound disorders, language-literacy links, Down Syndrome, Autism and the inclusion of children with disabilities. Tania lectures at Griffith University’s Master of Speech Pathology Program in speech sound disorders. She has co-authored two publications: Preschool and Primary Inventory of Phonological Awareness (PIPA) and an Inclusion Resource Guide for Young Children with Disabilities.
Tania is a compassionate leader dedicated to mentoring her team to achieve high standards of excellence. She is a passionate, innovative and knowledgeable speech pathologist who enjoys designing flexible and tailored sessions that embrace a child’s interests. Tania is supportive of Neurodiversity Affirming Approaches and open to learning from the perspectives of autistic people on how speech pathology can make a difference in their lives.
Tania enjoys nurturing other speech pathologists and allied health professionals in their business needs through coaching, mentoring and supervision opportunities. Tania employs a coach approach to help allied health professionals find a way to achieve their goals authentically while connected with their values. Tania delights in supporting other allied health clinics to flourish and make a unique difference in their own communities.
Tania became a qualified speech pathologist in 1991 .
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Tania sees clients at the West Burleigh Clinic on Thursdays.