Speech Pathology service in Albury-Wodonga and surrounds
My Word Speech Therapy NDIS provider
Speech therapy, children, adolescents, adults, ASD, NDIS, pragmatic assessment, social skills, Secret Agent Society, Anxiety
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Welcome to My Word
Welcome to My Word

we can help you communicate better

We are an NDIS provider

 

What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme or NDIS is available to participants who have or are suspected to have a disability. The biggest change is that families can choose what services best suit the individual needs of the child, adolescent or adult. My Word Speech Therapy is an established therapy service that prides itself in giving families services that address their goals and will guide them in developing these goals. We know that if you are happy with our service, you will come back!

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Where are we?

To make appointment phone 02 6023 6380
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Maegen studied at Charles Sturt University, Albury. She is enthusiastic about working with children. ASD is a passion for Maegen. Maegen is currently working in Albury, Wodonga, Narrandera, Lockhart and Corryong. She also offers services via Telehealth. In her spare time, Maegen enjoys spending time outdoors or watching a good movie with her friends, family and her dog.

Meet Maegen

Speech Pathologist
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Karla Morison has been a qualified Speech Pathologist for fifteen years. She has extensive experience in community health, disability services and schools. She has established strong links with the Speech Pathology program at CSU. She has worked in regional and metropolitan NSW, Victoria, the Northern Territory and Ireland. As a parent of three children, she also appreciates the challenges and joys of parenthood. Karla is hooked on hockey and loves to read.

Meet Karla

Director and Senior Speech Pathologist