A paediatric speech pathologist with specialist background in developmental literacy for preschool children, Sue has developed a practice where she focuses primarily on books and play when working with children and parents.
Co-author of a guide for parents’ “book-sharing” built on her clinical work over many years, she is wildly enthusiastic about sharing books with babies and toddlers!
Sue helps parents choose and use books to support late talking children to take risks joining in which they might not be confident to do in social conversation.
Available for professional consultation and works at Paper Bird Children’s Books and Arts in Fremantle, providing:
- Assessment and follow-up therapy
- Parent book-sharing workshops – in K/G, ELC, libraries and at Paper Bird
- Staff training for early learning educators