Applied Behaviour Analysis | Speech Pathology | Adelaide

Our multidisciplinary team collaborates to provide personalised, flexible, and effective skill building services to you and your family. Our highly skilled team is committed to using only evidence based approaches to teaching new skills, building relationships, and promoting independence.

We provide early behaviour intervention programs in collaboration with educators in childcare, kindergarten and school.

We also offer mobile  speech pathology services in Adelaide and provide home and community based support to children with autism and related developmental delays.

ABA

Applied Behaviour Analysis

SLP

Speech Pathology in Adelaide for kids with autism

  • Articulation
  • Communication
  • Social Skills
  • Difficulties accessing traditional speech pathology services

About our Team

Alexandra Ahlgren

Clinical Director

Alexandra began her career in Applied Behaviour Analysis in 2013 when she commenced employment as an in-home therapist with children with autism.In her role as a Program Supervisor and Clinical Director, she has extensive experience in overseeing  ABA programs for clients as young as 18 months and up to young adults

Kate Smith

Program Supervisor

Kate has been working in the field of ABA since 2013, beginning as a behaviour therapist while completing her undergraduate studies in psychology. In 2017 Kate completed her Masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis through Arizona State University, became a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA), and stepped into a Program Supervisor role (it was a big year!)

Nicole Schaumloffel

Speech and Language Pathologist

Nicole has worked in-home and in early intervention centres as a behaviour therapist, Speech Pathologist and manager focusing on children with autism. She has trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and has used it extensively with a range of age groups.

Amanda Raeside

Program Supervisor

Amanda has an MA of Education in ABA and a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and is accruing the last hours needed to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA). Amanda began her career in ABA in 2017 working as an independent in-home therapist.

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