About

  • Look Who's Talking

At Look Who's Talking we provide caring & professional services for your children. We believe in working closely with families to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients.

We are experienced Speech Pathologists who have worked with children in a variety of settings. We are all practising members of Speech Pathology Australia.

Rachelle

Rachelle is an experienced Paediatric Speech Pathologist. She set up Look Who’s Talking in 2001. Rachelle has worked in private practice since this time. In this time she has also become a mum to 2 girls. Prior to Look Who’s Talking, Rachelle worked with children in a Community Health Setting. Her special interest areas include speech sound delays/ disorders, school readiness & literacy. Rachelle is also passionate about using her speech pathology knowledge & skills to help improve learning potential of all children, not just children with speech/language difficulties. This is the basis of our “Look Who’s Learning” Groups.

Kimberly

Kimberly is an experienced Speech Pathologist who has worked with Look Who’s Talking since 2008. Throughout her career, she has worked in a variety of community and school-based settings in NSW, WA and QLD. Kimberly particularly enjoys working with families to help them develop the knowledge and skills that will enable them to maximise their child’s progress. Kimberly participates in Speech Pathology Australia’s Professional Self-Regulation Program and, as such, is recognised as a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist.

Caroline

Caroline is an experienced speech pathologist who has worked in both clinical speech pathology and research practices, with both adults and children. She has specialises in the treatment of neurogenic communication disorders in adults and children. In 2011, she completed her PhD with adult stroke patients. As a certified practicing speech pathologist, Caroline has a passion for helping clients improve quality of life and educational outcomes, as well as providing support and counselling for the families of individuals with communication disorders.

Sharon

Sharon is a speech pathologist with over 20 years of experience working with children with communication difficulties. Sharon has worked in a range of health, community and research settings in Australia and the UK. She completed her PhD in speech pathology and has a special interest in children that have difficulties making their speech sounds. Sharon has published a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals, and has presented at international conferences. She has also been the co-author of assessments of children's speech and phonological skills. Sharon has experience as a Clinical educator and lecturer at Griffith University. Sharon has two children and works at the practice on Wednesdays.

Sarah

Since completing a Bachelor of Speech Pathology in 2012, Sarah has been full time mum to her two young daughters. Throughout her undergraduate degree, Sarah had the opportunity to assist clients with a variety of communication difficulties and work within a diverse range of settings. As a result of these experiences she has developed a passion for paediatric speech pathology and how her skills as a speech pathologist can contribute to the educational and social development of the children she works with. Sarah is thrilled to be a part of the LWT team.