Our Team

Tiyana Jones

Founder & Principal Speech Pathologist

Tiyana is the Founder and Principal Speech Pathologist at Speech Pathology Hub. Tiyana began investigating speech pathology as a career pathway after her grandfather’s diagnosis with Parkinson’s disease. She is dedicated to her clients and strongly believes in providing a service that is built on evidence-based practice and trust.

In addition to running the Speech Pathology Hub, Tiyana manages the Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD) for the Department of Education and Training (DET) and works as a Clinical Educator, supervising and training speech pathology students and newly graduated speech pathologists.

Tiyana has extensive experience working with children and adults with disabilities. Her experience includes working with clients presenting with:

  • Fluency
  • Head injury
  • Stroke
  • Neurological disorders/impairments
  • Specific learning difficulties
  • Autism
  • Hearing impairment
  • Speech sound disorders
  • Language and literacy difficulties

In her spare time, Tiyana enjoys socialising with friends and spending time with her five boys – one big human, two little people and two cheeky canines.

Grace Wendiggensen

Speech Pathologist – Consultant (ASD)

Grace graduated from the Master’s program at La Trobe University, in Melbourne. Since this time, she has worked in the school system providing assessment, therapy and consultation to students, their families and school staff. Here, Grace developed a keen interest in working with adolescence and young adults on the Autism Spectrum. She provides one-to-one and small group therapy such as ‘social thinking’ sessions which are fun and engaging. Grace’s approach is family and person centred, where the client and their family are at the centre of their care. She also works to build capacity, this means identifying client’s strengths and interests and building on them to achieve the best outcomes.

In her spare time, Grace enjoys gardening, hanging out with her pet Bunny, Felix, as well as socialising with friends and family.