Leanne graduated as a Speech Pathologist from Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh. After spending some years working in Northern Ireland, she moved to Perth. She has many years experience working in the disability sector as well as in the private and educational setting. She is passionate about supporting children develop functional communication skills as well as educating those around the child. She has particular interests in early childhood speech and language development, supporting communication with alternative and augmentative communication and childhood feeding difficulties. Leanne is trained in PROMPTS for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (PROMPT) and the Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) approach to feeding management.
Rii van Loggerenberg
Rii is a Curtin University graduate with a strong passion for facilitating growth and progress within individuals to help them reach their full potential. South African born with a first language of Afrikaans and learning English at an early age, she has always had a strong interest in language development.
She also works part-time at a multi-disciplinary clinic in Northam with a mixed case-load of adults and children with various difficulties, disabilities and delays. She has had experience working with children in areas of language development, literacy and articulation, as well as working as a volunteer team leader within a church children’s ministry. Her passion for the development and health of individuals drives her to provide intervention in a fun and dynamic way.
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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.