Hannah’s choice to pursue Speech Pathology was influenced by her personal experiences with disability within her own family. This sparked a lifelong passion for helping others. During her early years of practice, she worked closely with autistic people, supporting them to understand and fulfill their unique communication needs.
What sets Hannah apart is her genuine appreciation for the incredible individuals she works with. She takes delight in forming meaningful connections and cherishes the joyous interactions shared with her clients. Hannah firmly believes in empowering people to advocate for themselves and recognises the importance of self-determination and social connection for quality of life.
With a wonderful ability to establish rapport and a calm and empathetic approach, Hannah excels at building trust with her clients, supporting their comfort and participation.
Beyond her professional life, Hannah finds joy in spending time with her beloved greyhound, Zenni. You might also catch her exploring op-shops for hidden treasures, honing her baking skills, or expressing herself through dance classes.
Bachelor of Psychological Science, Flinders University (2015)
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology, Auckland University (2016)
Masters of Speech Pathology, Flinders University (2021)