Speech Pathologist

Are you a Paediatric Speech Pathologist?

Do want to build your clinical skills in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Complex Communication Needs?

Are you looking for a supportive close-knit team with great professional development opportunities and low billable targets?

About Small TALK

Small TALK speech therapy is a small vibrant private practice assisting children with speech and language difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Complex Communication Needs.

We have been assisting local families since 2011 and have developed a strong reputation and connection with the community evidenced by many long-standing clients and team members.

We value and appreciate the interests and clinical expertise of each of our therapists and therefore each team member has the opportunity to tailor their caseload as they progress in their role.

Our practice and team are driven by our values:

To Support,

To Hope,

To Nurture and

To Understand

Small TALK is near the centre of Newcastle with world class walks and beaches and great cafés and restaurants.

Why work with us?

We work hard to create a positive and supportive team environment where each clinician can grow their clinical skills and enjoy a healthy work life balance.

Read about how we do this in the downloadable prospetive employee information package below.

If you think this is the practice for you get in touch:  Shae Rodgers, Director,  shae@smalltalkspeechtherapy.com.au

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Student Speech Pathologist – AHA

👓 Are you a Speech Pathology Student?
🥰 Do you want to work in a supportive close-knit team, gaining experience in a paediatric private practice?
🌎 We have AHA roles to support our clients to generalise their skills in the community

💜 Small talk is well known for delivering high quality services for children with Autism through interventions such as AAC and functional communication training.

Our speech pathologists provide thorough and detailed programs to families to help with home practice and generalisation in the community. However many families request additional support implementing these programs at home, school or in the community.

To make enquiries about available roles please contact

Shae Rodgers, Director