Emma Ho is an experienced and energetic speech pathologist, who is passionate and committed to helping people reach their goals and always goes the extra mile for her clients.
She completed a Bachelor of Health Science and achieved First Class Honours in the school of Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of Adelaide. She then completed a Masters degree in Speech Pathology at Flinders University. Following this, she worked in private practice until 2014, when she began a bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree at the University of Notre Dame in Sydney.
Emma is highly competent in implementing diagnostic assessments and interventions with children from diverse backgrounds and ages. Fields in which Emma has extensive experience include:
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Development delays
- Apraxia of speech
- Pragmatics/ social skills
- Alternative and augmentative communication.
Emma has additional training in the SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) approach to Feeding, ‘What’s the buzz?’ (Social skills program), and Novita’s Key word signing.
She is clinically strong in maintaining evidence based practice and always uses a holistic approach in managing client’s needs. Emma believes that consistent communication with the medical/ educational team involved with her clients, is crucial in working towards shared objectives, and gaining maximum progress and successful intervention.
Emma enjoys working with families in a fun and engaging way, providing high levels of client motivation to achieve therapy goals.
Her availability for consultations is on Saturdays at the Kirrawee clinic location.