Kiru Kander is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) and is dually trained as a Speech Pathologist and a Primary School Teacher.
With over 23 years’ experience working with children and adolescents with communication difficulties, Kiru has a good understanding of the educational and social implications of communication impairments for young children, adolescents and adults.
Kiru has worked in Queensland, New South Wales and the United Kingdom in a variety of settings namely, child development clinics, schools, community health centres, child and youth mental health services, disability services and hospitals. She has also completed further postgraduate study through a Master’s in Education with a Major in Special Education and Postgraduate Qualifications in Community Mental Health. Her personalised approach has yielded many positive results for clients.
Bachelor of Speech Pathology, University of Queensland – 1994
Graduate Diploma in Community Mental Health, University of Queensland – 1998
Master’s in Education, USQ – 2002
Graduate Diploma in Education, QUT – 2009
Kiru is also a member of Speech Pathology Australia and is a Graduate of the University of Queensland (1994).
Some families may be eligible for support funding through Medicare or their private health insurance, depending on the type of cover. Every circumstance is different and it is best to enquire with us and your health fund and to understand the options outlined in these links:
- Chronic Disease Management Plan
- Helping Children with Autism
- Better Access to Mental Health Care Plan