Speech Pathologists work with children and their families focusing on developing their communication skills. At A Speechie Speech Pathology our Speechies provide assessment and intervention for articulation (speech clarity), receptive language (comprehension), expressive language (talking), social communication, fluency (stuttering), literacy (reading and spelling), and play.
We cater to children from a range of diverse backgrounds and communication difficulties. Our services are evidence based, with a key focus on providing therapy through a neurodiversity-affirming approach and individualised for your child’s specific needs.
We understand that everyone is unique, and our clinicians take the time to truly get to know our clients to create an individualised approach to therapy, making for a warm and welcoming environment. We believe therapy is most effective when your child feels comfortable, and we strive to create a safe space that facilitates this.
Our Speech Pathology services are offered to children aged 2-18 years, and we specialise in the following services:
Receptive and Expressive Language
Evidence Based Practice
Strength Based Approach
Co-Founder & CEO
Adil is our Co-Founder and CEO, and has an extensive background in Commercial Finance with a focus on business partnering, building relationships, and honing his technical financial skills.
Adil loves interacting with our clients, and occasionally you may even find him taking phone calls while helping the admin team so be sure to say hi! Adil’s official role at the clinic is overseeing all things in the background to ensure optimal day-to-day operations.
Outside of work Adil loves keeping fit, getting outdoors any chance he gets, spending time with his family and friends and absolutely loves his cars!
Co-Founder & Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist
Aamina is our Co-Founder and Head Speech Pathologist, she completed her Bachelor’s of Speech Pathology at Australian Catholic University. She enjoys focusing on building rapport with her clients and their families, ensuring to provide a safe and welcoming environment and accommodating her sessions to each individual client’s needs.
Aamina has a passion for working with the paediatric population and maintains a neuroaffirmative therapy approach and places an emphasis to keep up to date with new research, as well as learning from the neurodivergent community.
When Aamina’s not at work you’ll find her spending time with her family and friends, trying out new brunch spots or Netflix and chilling with her cat babies Chico and Choji!