Dr Melanie Moses is a certified practising speech pathologist with 23 years of experience
delivering rehabilitation services to people with
communication and swallowing difficulties associated with traumatic and other types of acquired
Melanie received her doctorate in Speech Pathology at the University of Sydney in 2003 and has published internationally. Her strong academic focus, combined with a passionate interest in practical interventions, enables her to offer valuable skills in the area of acquired communication disorders.
Melanie is committed to ongoing professional development and is a member of Speech Pathology Australia and the Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI) as well as a number of special interest groups.
Melanie has worked extensively with people at all levels of function and stages in their
recovery; from those with multiple and complex needs to those at a higher-level of functioning, needing
support to successfully transition back into the community, workforce or studies.
Melanie’s treatment focuses on maximising functional return of people’s communication, social and swallowing abilities. She is passionate about assisting her clients to develop skills to maintain meaningful friendships to improve their quality of life. She enjoys working collaboratively with other therapists, families and support teams in order to achieve meaningful, motivating and participant-centred goals. Melanie has supported a number of her clients to provide education to young drivers and traffic offenders through various road safety programmes.
Services are provided to a wide range of participants through:
“I believe that communication skills cut across everything we do. Effective communication enables us to express our wishes and choices, self-advocate and make friends. As a speech pathologist, my role is to assist my clients to regain some control over their world after they have a serious injury or illness when they are particularly vulnerable. I am passionate about assisting people to express themselves to the best of their abilities, despite the challenges they face”.
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