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Emily’s mission for improving children’s health has been a driving force in the Australian speech pathology industry for 15 years. For her expertise she was named Australian Speech Pathologist of the Year.

Emily is passionate about seeing every child step into their purpose and overcome barriers to communication. This passion has led her to establish the Speak About Speech Pathology clinics, The Successful Speechie Academy and reach educators with her online course, Language Unlocked.

She has impacted health professionals, educators, and children all around the world; and is equally invested in helping parents now with a collaboration with Busy Books Australia. Emily knows the vital role parents play in their child’s development and strives to equip parents with innovative, yet simple activities to teach their children.

Emily currently lives with her husband, Michael and her two daughters in Western Sydney. When she’s not sipping cold tea, conquering a mountain of washing or working; she loves to bury herself in a good novel, cook up a storm or relax by the pool.

Emily is a certified, practising Speech Pathologist with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Therapy) from The University of Sydney.

She has been featured on ABC In Sydney, Twinkl, Western Sydney Women, The Western Weekender and many podcasts.

If you would like to know more about Emily, you can find her at:


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