Georgia Freer

Speech Pathologist
M.Speech Pathology, B.Health Sciences, MSPA

Georgia brings to her work at Spectrum Speech Pathology a wealth of practical experience in working with autistic children and teenagers.

Georgia has worked at Spectrum Speech Pathology since 2018. She has experience working with children from infancy through to upper secondary school. Her experience includes working with and supporting children and young people with a range of communication difficulties, in particular, autistic children and children with developmental disabilities.

Georgia has a particular interest in supporting children to develop their pragmatic language, literacy and narrative language skills, and uses her experience as a speech pathologist at a secondary school to work with children of all ages.

Georgia’s interest in working with children has seen her undertake a range of professional development and learning, including the literacy program, Sounds Write.

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