Phoebe is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist, and has been working at Two Way Street since 2021. Phoebe’s journey has been shaped by her personal experiences with disability in her family. Phoebe’s brother uses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), and this experience has given her a unique perspective and dedication to helping others.
Phoebe has completed both the introductory and advanced Pragmatic Organisation Dynamic Display (PODD) workshop. Phoebe values the connection she shares with Two Way Streeters. She has a variety of special interests at Two Way Street, and is particularly interested in fostering siblings’ connection and relationships.
While finalising her studies, Phoebe’s Honours project explored the reliability of the Roadmap of Communicative Competence (ROCC). This measurement tool, developed by Two Way Street Director, Janelle Sampson, is used by Speech Pathologists at Two Way Street.
When she’s not working with Two Way Street, in her spare time Phoebe enjoys spending quality time with her family, reading, listening to podcasts (The Howie Games) and watching cricket.
Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Hons), Flinders University