Lives on Dharug land (she/her)
Jane graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Speech Pathology) in 2010. Jane has worked extensively in early intervention services (0 – 12) supporting families and their children to access therapy and supports that are family centred, collaborative and tailored to the unique circumstances of each child and family. Jane focuses on strengths based therapy approaches, that prioritise the family’s goals and supports children and families to be engaged in their enviornments in a meaningful way.
Jane’s areas of interest include working with children with developmental delays, supporting neurodiverse children in reaching their full potential using neuroaffirming approaches, adolescent literacy, receptive and expressive language, fussy eating and mealtime strategies and Alternative and Augementative Communication (AAC).
Jane has additional training in SOS Feeding Therapy, Making Sense of Mealtimes and Hanen It Takes Two to Talk.
When not working with her clients, Jane enjoys reading, knitting and travelling with her family.