Abbey Murray

Speech Pathologist

Speech Pathologist Abbey Murray grew up on the beautiful northern beaches and brings a deep understanding and commitment to Kids First’s local community. She has gained valuable experience working in both paediatric private practice and school settings, equipping her with a broad skill set to support children in various environments.

Abbey supports children with a range of communication difficulties and diagnoses, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Intellectual Disability, and hearing impairments.

She helps children overcome challenges with talking and understanding, as well as those who have trouble forming clear sounds and words. Abbey guides children who have trouble understanding and using language and also helps kids to improve their social communication abilities by teaching them how to use language in different situations.

Patient, kind, and always supportive, Abbey creates a safe space for children to build their communication skills. She works closely with parents and teachers so that children can thrive at home and in their classrooms and playgrounds. Her passion is seeing each child reach their full potential, and she personalises each speech therapy session to make it fun and effective.

  • Bachelor of Speech Pathology
  • Member Speech Pathology Australia
  • Supporting children to develop the social skills they need to make and keep friends.
  • Helping children to pronounce sounds correctly so that they can be easily understood.
  • Guiding children who need help to understand and remember what they hear and read.
Fun facts
  • Abbey is a keen home cook who loves to create feasts for the people she loves.
  • She is a devoted aunty who loves to spoil her niece and nephew.
  • In her downtime, Abbey enjoys going to the gym and the quiet pleasure of colouring in.

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