Danielle is passionate about supporting regional and rural children and families, having spent her career living and working in country areas across South Australia. She partners with families to support children of all ages, from toddlers to teens, to meet their communication and feeding goals.
She strives to bring fun and play into every session and is passionate about using children’s individual strengths and interests to engage them in therapy and learning.
Danielle has experience supporting children with developmental delays and disabilities, such as Developmental Language Disorder, speech delays/disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome and Global Developmental Delay, across a range of areas including speech, language and literacy, as well as feeding.
She also has experience supporting children to find their voice using Augmentative and Alternative Communication such as Key Word Sign, PECS, PODD, and Proloquo2Go.
Danielle provides regional speech pathology services across the Fleurieu Peninsula in preschools/schools, homes and clinic settings.
Outside of work, Danielle is kept busy raising her young daughter, enjoying walks and beach trips, and caring for calves and chooks on her farm property.