• Studied at the University of Queensland
  • Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist
  • Works with infants, children, adolescents
  • Interest in language development
  • Member of Speech Pathology Australia

Jaycie is a certified practicing speech pathologist who completed her Bachelor of Speech Pathology (First Class Honours) at the University of Queensland in 2014. She was awarded a university medal for her academic achievement.

Jaycie has experience in supporting the communication journey of children in a variety of areas including speech sounds, early language development, literacy and social skills. She is particularly interested in cognitive-communication disorders, social skills development, and higher-level language skills in children and adolescents.

She has previously worked in research roles in hospital, university and not-for-profit settings and has published research papers in scientific journals. Jaycie is committed to keeping up with the latest research evidence and listening to the needs of families to find what will help clients achieve progress.

Jaycie is passionate about working with children and families in order to support clients achieving outcomes that are meaningful to them (and having fun along the way!). She hopes for all children to reap the benefits of communication skills:access to information, a means of self-expression, engagement in lifelong learning, and a fulfilling social life.