Our staff are equipped with outstanding tertiary qualifications and are committed to ongoing professional development in order to stay abreast of the most up to date methods and techniques within their field.

Our signature values-driven recruitment program ensures that each member of our team is in possession of a set of personal values that closely align to those of Lighthouse, thereby ensuring a high performing team who strive for excellence and are passionate about illuminating the world of speech and language for our clients.

Kim Upshon
How did you end of up working in speech pathology?
“It was the perfect marriage of my love for healthcare with my excitement for language.
What do you love most about your job?
“Witnessing the moment a child and parent realise they can communicate with one another.”
How did you end of up working in speech pathology?
I wanted to make a change in peoples’ lives.”
What do you love most about your job?
“I’m a people person and love being able to work on a range of communication skills with children of all ages.”
Kim Upshon
How did you end of up working in speech pathology?
“Speech pathology perfectly combined my love for effecting change in others with my academic strength of language.” 
What do you love most about your job?
“I love experiencing the excitement that clients and their loved ones feel when the collaborative goals we have set are met. It is incredibly rewarding to know that my job has a life long effect on another’s quality of life and participation in society.”
Kim Upshon
How did you end of up working in speech pathology?
“My interest in languages, experience teaching adults English overseas and my love for children drew me to Lighthouse.”
What do you love most about your job?
“The passion, drive and beautiful positive intent of our team.”
Kim Upshon
How did you end of up working in speech pathology?
“My dream was to pursue a career that combined my passion for paediatrics, love for learning languages, and interest in biology and health.”
What do you love most about your job?
“The reward that accompanies positively contributing to a child’s quality of life.”
Kim Upshon
How did you end of up working in speech pathology?
“Speech pathology combines my interest in child development and my enthusiasm for languages and social interaction.”
What do you love most about your job?
”Helping clients to master tools and strategies for improving their quality of life and achieving their goals.”