Talia completed her Speech Pathology degree in 2010. Since graduating she has worked in both private and public health sectors across the continuum of care. This has given Talia a deep understanding and appreciation of the needs of clients and their significant others throughout their recovery and rehabilitation.
Talia has discovered a passion for community rehabilitation, particularly in the fields of traumatic and acquired brain injury, and other neurological conditions (such as Parkinson’s Disease). She has completed her Level 1 and 2 Acquired Brain Injury Training, and is an LSVT certified clinician. Talia finds working in this field extremely rewarding, and believes in communication access for all.
Talia commenced in the Community and Connection Leader role in June 2023. Talia is passionate about bringing people together and growing her professional networks. Talia is looking forward to strengthening the connections IRS has with our staff (current and future), our referrers, and our university placement partners.
Talia celebrates 6 years with IRS in 2023.