Our Team

Our Team at Speech Learning consist of six highly trained Speech Pathologists. All staff are practicing members of Speech Pathology Australia and regularly attend in-services to keep up to date with the latest assessment and therapy techniques.

Our Administration Support

Our friendly and professional support staff are an essential and highly valued part of our team at Speech and Learning Services.

Di, Jenny, and Kylie have many years of combined experience working with speech pathology clients and their young families. They are usually the first person you speak to when you call us, and are well skilled to help you with booking and changing appointments, making payments and claims, general enquiries, and for a nice chat.

All about Merryn

Merryn is a Speech Pathologist who has a particular passion for working with children who have special needs. She became a Speechie to be able to work alongside kids and families and have a positive impact on their lives.

She is trained in the Lidcombe Program for stuttering and holds a certificate in Key Word Sign. She has a special interest in working with children with disability, and early language intervention. 

When not at work, Merryn enjoys swimming at the beach, taking her dog to the park and op-shopping.

Merryn sees clients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

All about Sinead

Sinead moved from Perth, Western Australia to pursue her career in speech pathology in Sydney. She decided to become a speech pathologist after watching her brother receive speech therapy.

She is trained in the Lidcombe and Camperdown Programs for treatment of stuttering, and is certified in Key Word Sign. Sinead has a special interest in working with children with autism spectrum disorder.

When she is not working, Sinead loves making her own wheel-thrown pottery, and cooking up a storm at home.

Sinead sees our clients on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

All about Amelia

Amelia is a speech pathologist who has always had an interest in working in health care, and with children. She decided to become a speech pathologist after spending some time in a clinic as part of her high school work experience.

She holds certificates in Key Word Sign, “It Takes Two to Talk” Hanen Program, and Voicecraft for voice disorders. She is also trained to administer the Lidcombe and Camperdown Programs for stuttering.

Amelia has a special interest in treating paediatric feeding difficulties, and stuttering.

In her spare time, she enjoys playing soccer, and having brunch with her friends.

Amelia sees clients on Monday and Wednesday.

All about Alexis

Alexis became a Speech Pathologist due to her passion to work with and help others. Alexis enjoys providing therapy that is fun, exciting and rewarding for her clients.

Alexis is trained in providing Picture Exchange Communication System (PECs) to help children communicate successfully. Alexis has a special interest in working with children with literacy and speech difficulties.

When not working, Alexis enjoys playing netball, reading books and relaxing at the beach. 

Alexis sees clients on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

All about Kerry

Kerry owns and manages Speech and Learning Services.

Kerry is trained in PROMPT for children with dyspraxia, Lidcombe Program for stuttering, and Key Word Sign. She is trained to treat Auditory Processing Disorder and has experience with the MultiLit Reading Tutor Program for children with reading difficulties.

Her natural love of kids drew her into a profession focused on helping children. Kerry has a special interest in special education and helping children with special needs. In her spare time, she is an enthusiastic book-reader, tea-drinker, and avid crafter.

Kerry loves her work. She sees clients on Monday to Friday.