Sarah Sabsabi

Speech Pathologist

  • Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (The Australian Catholic University

  • Certified practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia

Sarah graduated from the Australian Catholic University in 2016. Sarah has experience of working in a variety of settings, including mainstream schools, schools catering for children with special needs, preschools, and homes. Sarah believes in a playful approach to therapy and encourages families to participate in sessions to support them in feeling confident about helping their loved ones at home. Sarah has a passion for working with children with speech and language delays, difficulties with social communication, feeding difficulties and complex communication difficulties. Sarah has a special interest in cleft palate and craniofacial differences. She travels overseas each year with Global Smile Foundation. Sarah is trained in: The Secret Agent Society Program, Proloquo2Go, The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), The Nuffield Centre Dyspraxia Program (ND3P), Level 1 AUSLAN, Key Word Sign and The Lidcombe Program