Megan Agganis

Megan joined us as a new graduate after completing her Masters of Speech Pathology at University of Melbourne in 2022. 

Megan  has a special interest in assisting clients with aphasia, voice and dysarthria. In her role, Megan supports clients with returning to work, returning to hobbies, connecting to social and communication groups, carer training and education, safe swallowing strategies, communicating with carers and communicating whilst out in the community.

Megan was drawn to community work because she is able to connect clients with their community and hobbies and regain their independence. She is passionate about helping clients transfer any gains made in therapy into their real world. Megan enjoys being able to go out into the community with clients and practising skills in a setting that is meaningful to them. She has worked with clients in a range of environments such as a local coffee shop, the supermarket, a mens shed and a children’s sporting event. 

In addition to clinical work, Megan also assists with the referral and intake process at IRS, working closely with our referring partners to ensure a smooth transition for new clients to our allied health services.

Outside of work, you can find Megan keeping busy trying new things. She’s recently dabbled in golf, tennis, making kombucha, mosaics and knitting. She thinks that maybe one day something will stick, but for now she loves mixing it up and is constantly inspired by her clients in the community and their interesting hobbies.


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