Sue is the Practice Manager of One Stop Allied Health. She is a qualified Speech Pathologist with over 25 years’ experience working with students and in both primary and secondary school settings. Sue is an active member of Rotary (Miranda Branch) and instigator of the the Rotary “Language and Literacy- Indigenous support project 2012” (Speechies to Darwin”)
Sue has extensive experience in schools across Sydney, rural NSW and Darwin. She has been a Clinical Educator for the Discipline of Speech Pathology, University of Sydney since 1989, regularly lecturing in both undergraduate and post graduate speech pathology and teacher education.
School is huge part of a child’s life. It is where they learn and where they socialise. Teachers teach through language and about language. Children make friends, socialise and develop through communication. Impairments in communication, whether they be problems with speech clarity, understanding and using spoken or written language or the social communication aspects of language greatly affect all aspects of a child’s life at school including social and behavioural development.
Our team is passionate about working together with teachers in supporting children’s skills within the vital context from preschool through to secondary schooling!
B.App.Sc. (Speech Pathology) MSPA Educational Speech Pathology & Therapy Services
- Speech Pathologist
- Practice Manager
- Gold level Clinical Educator University of Sydney
- 2011 Associate Lecturer Sydney University
- 2010 University of Sydney Inaugural Alumni Award, Clinical Education
- 2009 Frank Chapman Vocational Service Award Miranda Branch Rotary International
- 2000 Deidre Russell award for contributions to speech pathology and the wider community