Our Expert Team of Therapists & Caregivers
Under the leadership of Inge Gaudin, principal speech pathologist and the practice owner, we are a team of caring and experienced therapists. We all possess Working with Children Checks and Speech Pathology Association memberships.
Inge Gaudin graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Communication at Curtin University of Technology. She is a member of Speech Pathology Australia, Private Speech Pathology of Western Australia, and the Western Australian Autism Diagnostic Forum. In 2018, she was invited to be a member of the Speech Pathology Consultative Committee in the School of Medical and Health Sciences at Edith Cowan University.
She has worked in government settings such as child development centres prior to starting Viva Speech Pathology in 2006. She was trained to assist in the diagnosis of autism diagnosis in 2007 while working at Disabilities Services Commission (DSC) on their Country Assessment Team and has since also worked in this area. She has extensive experience treating speech, language, stuttering, literacy, and voice issues. She enjoys being a regular and passionate speaker at schools, day care centres, and libraries to promote speech pathology as a profession and to explain it as a useful tool to assist children and adults in the areas of communication and literacy development. When not working as a speech pathologist, she is playing with her two daughters to teach them to speak fluent Afrikaans and English and likes to walk her beloved golden retriever.
Viva speech pathology hires speech pathology contractors to provide evidenced based and family centred intervention at our Joondalup and Tuart Hill clinic as well as primary schools.
-a Working with children check,
-Speech Pathology Australia membership
-an Australian Business Number.
-Professional indemnity insurance a
-a business bank account
Contractors are responsible for their own work as a business owner under Viva speech pathology's banner. They are able to organise their own work using existing business development tools supplied by the practice. A wide variety of resources are available at the practice but they are encouraged to purchase resources in their clinical areas of interest. They can manage their own time and use the part-time receptionist to organise and build their caseload. Viva speech pathology provides family working hours for parents who have responsibilities such as school drop-offs and pick-ups.
Incentives are offered by the practice owner for bringing work into the practice via the contractors own efforts and professional networking.
-groups of students at school following a screening program
-voice difficulties (paediatric and/adult)
-stuttering (paediatric and/adult)
-accent reduction and/ developmental adult communication difficulties
To enquire if their is a vacancy, please send your CV, a cover letter and a report or letter that you have written (with identity details removed) to the Principal speech pathologist and Practice owner, Inge Gaudin via the following
Enquiries: 0402 134 257