Holly relishes a good challenge, particularly when she’s helping adults gain back communication and re-engage with their family and friends. “Communication is such an important part of relationships and quality of life. I enjoy the wide range of clients we get to see, especially children! It is lots of fun, challenging at times, but that makes it even more worthwhile.”
After gaining a Masters in Audiology from Flinders University in 2007, she started her career at Australian Hearing and then Adelaide Hearing Consultants before joining Can:Do Hearing in 2015.
Holly’s clinical interests include learning about new technologies in further access communication, researching how the brain works and its impact on a person’s over listening ability.
When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and friends, and long walks on the beach with her beloved golden retriever Matilda.
Holly is working to develop our listening skills program to work with children with Auditory Processing Disorders (APD). The program will focus on helping children feel in charge of their own listening and learning and feel more confident in the classroom. “The idea is to teach them skills to be the best listener they can be and ensure they have the tools to reach their full potential.”
Masters of Audiology, Flinders University, 2007
Bachelor of Speech Pathology, Flinders University, 2005
Member of Audiology Australia, current Clinical Certificate of Practice
Speech Pathology Australia, Re-entry member
Audiology Australia South Australian Chapter Chair [2012-2016]
Audiology Australia Director [2012-2016]