Thankyou for your interest and support. I will provide an update when my waiting list reopens.

Kylie Toynton B.Sp.Path

Member Speech Pathology Australia                                                                                             Certified Practising Speech Pathologist

I have been working as a Speech Pathologist in Western NSW since 2000, and I have a wide range of experience working across the lifespan, having been employed in both disability and community health sectors. I graduated with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology from La Trobe University, Melbourne and have since completed a Master of Gerontology at University of New England, Armidale.

I understand the barriers and difficulties of living and working in rural areas, so I have a strong commitment to providing quality services to people in rural NSW. I provide assessment, consultation, individual and group therapy, programming and education services to child care centres, preschools, early intervention, schools and community clients in Gunnedah and surrounding localities. My areas of interest are early intervention, girls with Aspergers’s/high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder, school aged language and literacy and the use of technology in speech therapy.

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Very proud to be among this group of amazing finalists. Thanks so much to the NBN and RegionalAustralia Institute for the vote of confidence.The Regional Australia Institute is a proud partner of the Innovate with nbn Grants program. We wish all the #innovatewithnbn2021 finalists the best of luck and look forward to the announcement tomorrow.In its second year, the program supports organisations which are harnessing the benefits of the NBN network to develop products or solutions that improve the digital capability of people and businesses across regional Australia. 👩‍🌾 Agriculture finalists – Pairtree Intelligence & Stirlings to Coast Farmers👨‍🎨 Arts finalists – Pyrus Event Services & Arts Nexus Inc.👩‍🏫 Education finalists – Skills Unite & Bitlink 👨‍⚕️ Health finalists – Language for Life: Kylie Toynton, Speech Pathologist & CardiClub✈ Tourism finalists – The Fold – Southern Highlands & Lady Musgrave Experience🏢 Indigenous business finalists – Shooting Stars – Glass Jar Australia & Traditional Family Group P/L 🏢 Women in regional business finalists – Gathar & Torchbearer Wines Tasmania#regionalaustraila #digitalinnovation See MoreSee Less
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