Formed in 2017, we are a team of passionate Speech Language Therapists that have been working in this field for decades. We believe in a personal and caring, yet professional approach in order to provide the best results; and we take pride in doing so.
MEET THE TEAM
Elena is a Speech Language Therapist with extensive experience working with children and young people aged 2-21 years with Autism Spectrum Disorder, complex communication and learning challenges, children who are nonverbal or have limited verbal communication using alternative communication systems. Elena is also helping children with a variety of speech and language disorders and delays including cleft ...
Debbie completed a Masters of Speech Language Therapy Practice from the University of Auckland in 2006. She has extensive experience working as a Speech and Language Therapist in New Zealand and the United Kingdom with children and young people aged 0-21 years. Her experience has included working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, complex communication difficulties, language delay and disorder, speech sound ...
Jessica completed a Masters of Speech Language Therapy Practice from the University of Auckland in 2011. She has substantial experience working as a Speech Language Therapist in New Zealand with adults and adolescents aged over 15 years. Her experience has included working with adults with Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, and other neurological conditions as well as providing training and support for friends, family and w ...
Jumi completed her Masters of Speech Language Therapy Practice from the University of Aucklandin 2009, and has worked for the Ministry of Education in a variety of settings including family homes,schools, childcare centres and the clinic. Jumi specialises in working with children of all ages withspeech and language delays/disorders, apraxia of speech, stuttering, literacy difficulties, and autistic ...
Celine completed her Masters of Speech Language Therapy Practice from the University of Auckland in 2019. She has experience working with children and their whānau with speech and language delay, with a focus on alternative and augmentative communication (AAC). She also has experience working with adults with stroke and other neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease and Motor Neuron disease.
Celine is passionate about empowering people and their support networks to improve participation in their everyday life, through supporting wellbeing and communication skills.