Entries by Lively Eaters

Jasmine Poole

Dietitian Feeding Therapist Jasmine is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian who has a strong passion for working and having fun with children. With a history of experience within schools and in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC), she enjoys building strong connections with a diverse range of children and determining what sparks their interests. Educating others […]

Sumi Subramaniam

Practice Manager Qualifications: LLB (Hons) University of Wales, Aberystwyth Barrister-at-Law, The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, London Sumi is our kind, warm and helpful Practice Manager. She has a caring and positive mindset to assist with clients’ and service providers’ enquiries. Sumi ensures the smooth operational functionality of the practice by closely overseeing all […]

Zara Lyon

Speech Pathologist Feeding Therapist Zara is a certified practising Speech Pathologist. She has previous experience working in the NDIS sector supporting children in a range of areas. Having firstly started her journey at Lively Eaters with the student program, Zara found her love for paediatric feeding and swallowing. Committed to individualised care, Zara is ready […]

Will Liebing

– Will Liebing – – Occupational Therapist – – Clinical Supervisor – Qualifications: Master of Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Health Services Management Graduate Certificate in Public Health Will is a registered Occupational Therapist who is passionate about working with children and their families to achieve best outcomes. He worked in residential aged care for 4 […]

Lauren McMaster

Dietitian Feeding Therapist Qualifications: Post graduate diploma of dietetics (South Africa) Accredited Practising Dietitian (Dietitians Australia) Lauren is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with a decade of experience in the dynamic field of nutrition. With a passion for paediatric nutrition, Lauren’s journey has taken her through various healthcare settings in both South Africa and the United […]

Lisa Kermond

Speech PathologistFeeding Therapist Qualifications: Bachelor of LanguagesMaster of Speech PathologyMember of Speech Pathology Australia Lisa has been supporting children and young people in meeting their goals across a range of settings over the last 4 years. She has a passion for implementing fun, creative and evidence-based sessions for children with Autism, Global Developmental Delay, Intellectual […]

Lucy Anesbury

Support Services Therapy Assistant Lucy is currently studying a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, but had previously undertaken a year of Law and Business. Lucy has found her calling in the dietetics world and hopes to enter the field of post-operative care. Previously working in hospitality and retail, Lucy wanted to dip her toes into […]

How does swallowing work?

A family asked me the other day if aspiration and dysphagia were similar and it got me thinking that as speech pathologists we often use terms that are as familiar to us as the clothes we wear or the foods we eat and we, at times, might forget to explain the nuances of what some […]

Anika Hayne

Support Services Senior Administration Coordinator Qualifications: Studying a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) Anika is studying a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) at the University of South Australia. She has worked in a range of customer service/administration roles across different healthcare industries including pharmacy, radiology and mental health. Anika studied a Bachelor of Midwifery for […]

Caroline Foster

Support Services Administration Growing up in the English Kent Countryside, Caroline should be well conditioned to the cold, wet weather, but she much prefers the warmth and sunshine that the Adelaide summers bring. Emigrating to Australia with her family some 15 years ago, she loves walking and is often accompanied by her naughty Beagle, Bailey. […]