Smart Speech Pathology - Innovative speech therapy services for children of all ages
Sharon Smart
Speech Pathologist
 Sharon is the owner and principal Speech Pathologist and is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) and member of Speech Pathology Australia.  Sharon is also an ongoing participant in the Professional Self-Regulation program (PSR) of SPA, which ensures that she is continuously updating her knowledge by attending various conferences, seminars, and keeping up to date with current evidence-based practice.
 Sharon completed her undergraduate degree and doctorate (PhD) from Curtin University. She has worked at Princess Margaret Hospital, Curtin University, and in the private sector, disability and educational settings in both Perth and London.  
Sharon thoroughly enjoys working with children and is passionate in helping them achieve their full communication and learning potential. 
Georgina Klimaitis
Speech Pathologist

Georgina is a Speech Pathologist who is passionate about working with children in innovative and individualised ways within therapy. She was first introduced to Speech Pathology as a child with a family history of severe stuttering and has had a strong interest in the field since.

A graduate of Curtin University, Georgina also works part-time at Ronald McDonald House Learning Program. She strongly believes in therapy that is functional and fun for the children and their families. Georgina loves the dynamic and exciting nature of working with children. 

Anna Connor
Speech Pathologist

Anna holds a Masters of Speech Pathology from Curtin University and is a Certified Practising member of Speech Pathology Australia.  She has experience in the assessment and management of children and adults with a broad range of clients in the clinic, home and hospital settings.  She is dedicated and enthusiastic about providing evidence-based, client centred therapy for children and adults with swallowing and communication difficulties.  Anna provides assessment and intervention for children and adults across a range areas including; swallowing and feeding, language, voice, fluency and speech.