Martha Currie

Mable Therapy
CEO (Specialist Speech & Language Therapist)

Martha is co-founder and CEO at Mable Therapy. Martha has extensive experience working with children with speech, language and communication needs including those with Autism and other neurological disorders.

She has specialist skills working in the field of aural/oral habilitation with deaf children.

Martha is a strong advocate for telehealth and has written the national clinical guidelines for the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists on Telehealth.

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Telepractice in Speech & Language Therapy Assessment & Intervention

This seminar will introduce you to innovative telepractice technologies designed for paediatric patients with speech, language and communication difficulties.

You will learn about ''best practices'' supported by the latest research in speech and language pathology and telehealth.

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