For over 21 years, Speech Results has been helping children with a range of speech, language and learning difficulties.
In that time, the team at Speech Results Ivanhoe have earned an excellent reputation for offering evidence-based and highly engaging Speech Pathology / Speech Therapy services, great resources and outstanding results.
We are a team of highly experienced Speech Pathologists.
Elissa graduated as a Speech Pathologist in 2003 from La Trobe University. She worked for over five years in the Catholic primary and secondary school system. During this time she worked in partnership with parents and teachers to assist children with a range of communication difficulties to achieve their full potential within the classroom and other settings.
Prior to joining our team, Elissa spent three years working in Early Intervention, with preschool children with developmental delays and disabilities, including Autism and Downs Syndrome. Elissa gained invaluable experience working in a team with other professionals and parents to ensure the best communication outcomes for children, whilst also ensuring intervention was fun and family-centred.
Erin completed a Bachelor of Speech Pathology at Latrobe University graduating in 2003. She has gained a wealth of experience in various settings including the public hospital sector, Early Intervention and Community Health.
Erin has a strong foundation in early childhood development and has worked within a multidisciplinary team for the majority of her career. She has extensive experience working with developmental language disorders, articulation and phonology disorders, stuttering in children and global developmental delay. Erin is trained in PECS, the Paediatric Feeding Education Program, Hanen It Takes Two to Talk and the Lidcombe Program. She is a member of Speech Pathology Australia and participates in the Professional Self-Regulation Program.
Karen joined our team in 2020. She has 13 years experience as a Speech Pathologist specialising in early childhood development, with a particular focus on children aged 0 – 8 years. She has experience working in a range of settings including Early Intervention, Mainstream and Special Developmental Schools, Kindergartens and Community Clinics, both in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Karen prides herself on her ability to quickly gain rapport with children and their families and to pitch activities at a level suited to the child’s needs. This creates fun and engaging therapy sessions for all involved.
Morgan graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Melbourne University and a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from Australian Catholic University. Since then, Morgan has gained experience across a diverse range of settings, including early intervention and school settings across Melbourne.
She enjoys working with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), global developmental delay, speech and language impairments and hearing impairments. Morgan has also had extensive experience in implementing alternative and augmentative communication systems including PECS and speech generating devices.
Stephanie has over 30 years' experience as a Paediatric Speech Pathologist. Her early working experience included Hospitals, Community Health services and Early Intervention. She worked in the United Kingdom for two years and gained invaluable experience working in a Language Unit with school aged children with severe language and learning disorders. Stephanie established the Speech Results practice in 1997.
Stephanie is a dedicated Speech Pathologist who enjoys working with families in the long-term. She works with a wide range of children with communication, speech and language difficulties. Her special interests and expertise are Developmental Language Disorders, Stuttering in young children, Literacy issues in School-aged children, and Articulation and Phonological disorders. While working directly with the child, Stephanie’s focus is always on parent education and involving parents in the therapy process, to ensure that you are able to work with your own child to attain the best communication skills possible.