Roshen Thomasz
Speech Pathologist

Since graduating from the Australian Catholic University in 2017 with a Bachelor’s of Speech Pathology, I have been busy supporting people across the lifespan achieve their communication goals. I currently work two days a week in the clinic, predominately supporting people experiencing a range of communication or swallowing issues. I became a speech pathologist as I wanted a career where I could help others achieve their basic human right to communicate so they can be full participants in their community. I have a wide range of interests and provide evidence-based treatments for people experiencing speech sound errors, childhood apraxia of speech, stuttering, adult dysphagia, aphasia, cognitive communication disorders, socio-emotional regulation, and complex-communication needs requiring Assistive Technology. When I am not in clinic, I am based in schools supporting children with disabilities in mainstream schools and on the No Limits literacy-based program.  I am also undergoing further training to provide treatments for sensory feeding issues and complete videofluoroscopic swallow studies. When I am not in the clinic, I am spending time with my three fur babies, who occasionally stop by the office to say hello!