Bethany Noakes

Speech Pathologist (she/her)
Lives on Gadigal land

Bethany works across the lifespan, providing supports from toddlers to older adults. Bethany engages a family-centred approach to therapy to help clients and families address their goals, and work towards functional communication. Bethany allows NDIS goals to structure speech pathology goals, ensuring a holistic approach to therapy.

Bethany has a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology from Western Sydney University. She is in the early stages of her professional career, supported by varied allied health experiences spanning paediatrics to adults. Additionally, she has had the opportunity to support primary school children through a SLSO role. Bethany experience primarily includes working alongside children with a diagnosis of Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Outside her professional sphere, Bethany finds solace in her love for travel, currently exploring the stunning landscapes of Canada. She enjoys hiking and meeting new fascinating travellers around the world.

– Early childhood intervention
– Early language and communication
– Social and emotional development
– Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC)
– Speech Sound Disorders