Meet the team

my name
is Tasman

Tasman Day Speech Pathologist

Tasman’s keen interest in supporting children and their families first began when working as a Therapy Aide, whilst completing her degree. She graduated from The University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours), before returning to her hometown of Geelong.

Her previous experience within a paediatric private practice grew her passion for working with children of all ages. She has a particular interest working in the development of speech, language, literacy, and social communication skills. Tasman has also enjoyed developing and delivering social skill group programs to primary and high school aged children. She finds it rewarding to build connections with her clients, collaboratively work with families and support children work towards their therapy goals.

Since working at Interact Speech Pathology, Tasman has completed training in the Social ThinkingTM ‘We Thinkers’ Early Learners curriculum and the Read3 early literacy program. She also has undertaken professional development courses focusing on Speech Sound Disorder, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and cultural responsiveness training.

In her free time, Tasman enjoys spending time at the beach with her cocker-spaniel, eating out and spending time with family. She’s always open to foodie recommendations!