Taylor holds family values closely and has a sociable, people-first nature. So, working in a field where she can help and support people had always been a priority. She learned early on as a student that she had a deep passion for working with clients across the entire lifespan; from babies to the elderly. After completing her Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) at The University of Queensland, Taylor started her career in the aged care sector. She soon transitioned into private practice, joining the Spot family as the first ever employee (yay!).
Taylor has a particular interest in dysphagia rehabilitation, orofacial myofunctional disorders, acquired neurological conditions, and learning disabilities. She also has a special interest in research, which stems from the time she spent involving herself in advanced research studies at university. Living and working by the motto: “with the right support, everyone is capable of achieving their goals”, Taylor’s committed to improving the quality of life as well as the communicative confidence in each of her clients.
Her experience providing clinical services in areas of dysphagia, dysphonia, dysarthria, orofacial myology, language, speech, literacy and phonology, means Taylor is exceptional in treating complex disability profiles. Taylor has a background in mixed research studies and is trained in the Spalding Method for specialised, evidence-based literacy intervention.
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