Stirling

September 11, 2020
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About Us

Please note we also have clinics at Armadale and Ellenbrook.

The Early Start Australia | WA |Stirling clinic (formerly Stirling Speech and Allied Services) opened in January 2020 and assists children and young adults (0-18 years) within the northern metropolitan area of Perth, with a special emphasis on the Early Start Denver Model.

The clinic focusses on the provision of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) to children from 18 months to four years of age with developmental delays or diagnoses. The program has received international acclaim and we are proud to be one of few services offering the program in WA.

This program is run by professionally trained Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Pathologists who provide a combination of intensive one-on-one therapy and small groups; working on all aspects of a child’s development.

In addition, we see children and young adults for other types of speech therapy and occupational therapy.

We work to ensure our clients and their families to attain the best possible outcomes, and work closely with families and teachers to enable them to make informed choices about their child’s or student’s management. The most appropriate and enjoyable activities are presented to our clients and their families to assist with therapy engagement and home practice.

We provide services in the clinic, via telehealth and provide services at school, home and child care.

Please call us on 08 6559 7004 if you would like further information.

Stirling Clinic

Level 1, 31 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021

Meet our Practice Principal

Catherine Greenway
Acting Practice Principal

Catherine has over two decades of clinical experience working as an Occupational Therapist, holding a number of leadership roles within the healthcare and disability services industries.

She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy, Graduate Diploma in Education, Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management and is a Fellow of Leadership WA.

Catherine is passionate about enhancing service provision through innovation and ensuring best practice so people with disability can achieve best outcomes in their daily lives.