Tue is an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) who worked in Australia prior to relocating to Singapore. She graduated from the University of Queensland and is registered with SPA, SALTS and the AHPC.
Tue has practiced in the government and private sectors. She has extensive experience in the pediatric population in addition to working with adults in aphasia and dysphagia management. She has predominately worked with bilingual and complex communication cases such as children who present with a disability (for example, conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Global Developmental Delay). Tue is competent in assessing and providing evidenced- based intervention to children who present with a range of communication difficulties such as articulation & phonology, language, literacy, fluency, pragmatics and children who with require Augmentative Alternative Communication (low and high tech).
Tue actively participates in professional development and remains current with the latest evidence-based research and intervention practices. She has presented numerous professional development presentations on vocabulary development, reading and comprehension. In addition, Tue is trained as a clinical educator and has supervised SLP students and new graduates in her previous positions.
Tue is passionate about advocating for people with communication difficulties who require support and access to speech therapy services. She is committed to providing a holistic and family- centered approach to all clients within her care.