Hannah Rappensberg

Hannah has been working with children and young people within a school-based setting since graduating from her Masters of Speech Pathology at Flinders University in 2019. She has a range of experience and interest in working with preschool and school-age children with developmental speech, language and literacy difficulties.

Since graduating, Hannah has worked as a Department for Education Speech Pathologist in Adelaide, where she has developed significant experience with supporting educators and families to develop their understanding of a child’s speech and/or language difficulties; and how to effectively implement intervention programs within the school and/or home settings. Hannah enjoys liaising with parents, carers, educators and support staff to ensure continuity of personalised goals and support between the home, clinic and school so as to promote optimal outcomes for each child. She builds a strong positive rapport with children and their families, and feels genuine enjoyment when children are achieving their goals.

Hannah will be working with TALK Speech Pathology at the Marion Clinic and in the Fleurieu, Aldinga. When she is not at work, she keeps herself busy by going for long beach walks or spending time with her family, friends and cat, Leroy.