Specialised Speech Services
Gail’s passionate interest in working in the area of communication & swallowing disorders developed after working as Speech and Language Pathologist with many different clientele in various parts of the world. Following her graduation from La Trobe University in Melbourne she worked in the areas of early intervention, adult neurology and learning difficulties of all ages. Her clinical work also took her on many exciting learning travelling experiences in the UK, Canada, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.
Gail now thoroughly enjoys directing & consulting with the Specialised Speech Services team and Vocal Boot Camps with a variety of Health Professionals and Corporate Business personnel with similar philosophies ; to promote client’s communication, swallowing & vocal skills and to see positive outcomes when applied to their everyday lives.
WE HAVE SPECIAL INTERESTS IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS WHICH MAY ASSIST YOU:
COMMUNICATION & SWALLOWING
We specialise in many areas to improve your communication and swallowing skills using preventative techniques to minimise the risk of developing issues eg. fluency therapy techniques if you would like to manage your speech dysfluency better or rehabilitation & compensation techniques to help you eat & drink safely with enjoyment.
Statistics show that professional voice users maybe like yourself are in the 60% range of developing a vocal issue & that prevention is simple!
preventative techniques to minimise the risk of developing issues with your voice eg. nodules on your vocal cords
increase your ability to project your voice over a noisy audience
if you would like to improve the quality, pitch and tone of your voice
business communication coaching by facilitating your awareness of & ways to improve your communication skills including effective use of your voice during your promotional, marketing, sales and public speaking events.
ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY (ABI)
re-training your communication and swallowing skills if you have an acquired brain injury
working with you to improve your communication, voice & swallowing challenges influenced by your mental health
reducing your accent which interferes with people understanding your verbal speech production eg. when English is your Second Language (ESL)