Senior Speech Therapist
Sarah is a fully registered Speech and Language Therapist and is certified as a clinical supervisor with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore. She graduated from Flinders University in South Australia with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology.
Sarah began her career as a Speech and Language Therapist in an early intervention centre within a social service organisation. She has experience working with children with various developmental, medical and genetic conditions in the areas of speech, language, social communication and feeding. She has developed a keen clinical interest in working with infants and young children with early language, feeding and swallowing difficulties. In her therapy sessions, she enjoys engaging children in play-based activities as she believes children learn best when they have fun.
In addition to working with children, Sarah also has experience providing therapy support to adults with communication and swallowing difficulties in hospitals in Australia and Singapore. Throughout her professional career, she has collaborated closely with other therapists, teachers, families and medical professionals to ensure the holistic provision of services.
Sarah firmly believes that parents and caregivers are the best advocates for their children. She actively involves families in therapy to support and empower them through their child’s journey to meeting their goals beyond the clinic: in their home, school and the community.
Accreditations and Certifications in:
- Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Flinders University, South Australia)
- Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk (with Telepractice licence)
- Noah’s Ark: Routines Based Interview
- AHPC: Certified supervisor for Speech and Language Therapists
- Noah’s Ark: Key Worker Online Course Abridged Version
- Chicago Feeding Group: Overcoming Complex Feeding Challenges and Feeding Tube-Dependency (How to Make Lasting Progress)
- From Speech to Print: The Role of the SLP for Literacy