Sarah Day

Speech Pathologist

Sarah is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from La Trobe University in Melbourne.  A busy mum of three boys with neurodiversity, Sarah can relate to the complexities and challenges of being a parent in today’s world. Sarah has been practising speech pathology for ten years and had experience in education and child health settings before moving into private practice in 2015. Sarah believes in following a holistic approach with each and every child and family that she works with. Her sessions are based on best practice evidence-based principles ensuring that the children she works with are engaged, having fun, and learning in a positive environment.


  • Bachelor of Speech Pathology
  • Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing
  • Certified Practising Speech Pathologist, Member of Speech Pathology Australia

Professional Development/Areas of Interest

  • Hanen It Takes Two To Talk
  • Lidcombe Program for early stuttering treatment
  • Phonological Awareness for Literacy (QPAL)
  • Audiology and (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder and aural rehabilitation
  • Pathways to promoting self-regulation in young children
  • Supporting students with language and literacy difficulties
  • Collaborative goal setting with parents
  • Childhood Trauma and Family Violence – A Speech Pathology perspective
  • Developing written text construction
  • Social Thinking! We Thinkers
  • Zones of Regulation
  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)