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We provide speech pathology services and support for school aged children and their families living in the Limestone Coast region, South Australia.
At Limestone Speech, our amazing team of qualified and caring speech pathologists take the time to really get to know your child and your family.
Each one of our therapists brings their own breadth of skills and knowledge to provide you and your child with the clinical support they need and the simple strategies you can incorporate easily into everyday family life.
Director & Principal Speech Pathologist
Hanen Certified in
- It Takes Two to Talk (for parents and carers of young children with language delays)
- More Than Words (for parents and carers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder)
- Learning Language and Loving It (for early childhood educators)
Bianca is the founder and Principal Speech Pathologist at Limestone Speech. She has previously worked as a Speech Pathologist in Melbourne, Adelaide, Horsham and the Gold Coast. Bianca is passionate about working with families to support their child in developing better communication skills and works closely with parents to set functional communication goals. Bianca has two small children of her own and an overwhelming passion for speech pathology care in children with complex development issues, particularly those with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum.
It’s so incredibly satisfying to witness those ‘light bulb’ moments when the child suddenly ‘gets’ what we’ve been working on.
Nicole takes a collaborative approach when working with families to support their child’s speech and language skills. She likes to think outside the box and come up with creative ways to engage children to work on communication goals in sessions. Nicole is confident and experienced in working with children who have a diagnosis of Autism.
One of the things I love most about my job is getting to explore new ways we can support kids with their communication skills.
Casey has experience working with both children and adults who present with a variety of communication challenges. She particularly enjoys supporting young children who may be late talkers and children who may need to use augmentative and alternative communication systems e.g. PECS, a PODD book, or Key Word Signs
The thing I love most about my job is seeing the positive changes in kids overtime. It’s so great when they can finally express what they want, when they want it!
Gayelene has previously worked with adults on the Autism spectrum, with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy and vision impairment as well as with children in childcare settings, and as a native English teacher in Japan and Hong Kong for children aged 2 to 18 years. She is passionate about working to help young children grow and develop their communication goals.