Jessica provides a holistic, person-centred assessment based on the individual’s needs. She works closely with the client and their families to identify functional and meaningful goals and provides individualised and evidenced-based intervention and therapy both in clinic and in the community to achieve those goals.

Jessica provides assessment and intervention for the following communication difficulties:


  • Autism
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Speech Sound difficulty/Disorder
  • Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)
  • Late Talkers
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)
  • Stammering
  • Intellectual Disability

Home and school programmes can also be provided to support generalisation of communication skills.

Therapy can be provided either in the clinic, in the individual’s home or residential home, or in their educational setting.

Training in specific areas of communication can be provided to relevant educational and care staff in schools or other care settings. Please contact me if you would like me to provide training to your educational setting.

Online Speech Therapy – Teletherapy – Jessica also provides assessment and intervention to both adults and children via teletherapy so that the client can continue to attend therapy and achieve their communication goals from the comfort and safety of their own home. Research has shown that teletherapy is just as effective as in-person therapy, increasing access to services and reducing potential risks.

The intervention provided for autistic individuals is respectful & empathetic, trauma-informed, evidence based, and ABA-free. Jessica practices by the following Therapist Neurodiversity Collective intervention guidelines:


  • Advocate for Disability Rights & Civil Rights
  • Advocate for equitable inclusion, & unrestricted access to supports, modifications, and accommodations
  • Are ethical sellers of therapy, parent materials, apps, & programs
  • Provide therapy that is respectful of neurodivergence, autistic differences and sensory processing differences
  • Presume competence & respect personal agency
  • Apply a Strength-Based Approach
  • Are unapologetic in our opposition to the use of ABA, including Positive Supports & Positive Reinforcement (PBS and PBIS)
  • Believe robust AAC is for everyone, with no gatekeeping, with immediate access to core language, aided language stimulation, & AAC modeling
  • Respect body autonomy
  • Do not engage in Seclusion or Restraint in our Practices
  • Do not act as Social Skills Trainers or Interventionists
  • Practice with cognizance of the potentially harmful effects of social skills programs that promote masking
  • Honor & uphold the dignity & humanity of every client, student & patient we serve

Please call or email Jessica if you would like further information on any of the above services.