Jasmine Fung, M.SpPath, B.Arts, MSPA, CPSP is a Speech Pathologist who completed her Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Psychology at the University of New South Wales, followed by her Master of Speech Language Pathology at the University of Sydney. Jasmine has a passion for working with individuals with communication difficulties, using a family- centred approach and collaborating on goals that are functional and specific to their everyday lives, and delivering the most recent and evidence-based therapy. She is dedicated to providing a supportive and safe learning environment to individuals to achieve their full potential, and more importantly to enjoy and have FUN in therapy!
Jasmine has had experience working with children in a range of clinical settings including schools, disability services, hospitals, public health and other private practices in Sydney. She has had experience in delivering assessments and therapy in the areas of speech, language, swallowing, voice, fluency and multi- modal communication in the clinic and via telehealth. Jasmine is trained in Sounds- Write (by John Walker), Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (by Dr Edythe Strand), Rapid Syllable Transition Treatment (by Tricia McCabe) and Gestalt Language Acquisition (by Marge Blanc).
In her spare time, Jasmine enjoys going on coastal walks, dining in cafes, catching up with friends, watching movies and spending time with her cats. Fun fact, Jasmine is scared of goldfish and frogs!