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About Our Practice

Talk2Me Speech Therapy is a dedicated practice aimed at assisting all individuals, both children and adults, with communication difficulties and neurological rehabilitation. Our practice focuses on providing specialised services to support individuals in overcoming developmental delays, disabilities, and acquired neurological conditions. Our team of experienced professionals offers comprehensive therapy and intervention programmes tailored to each of your unique needs.

Meet The Founder


Not only is she the heart and soul of the practice but she is a highly experienced and passionate speech-language pathologist and audiologist. Her deep passion for speech and language therapy prompted her to found the practice in 2019.

Talia holds a BA Honours degree in Speech and Hearing from Wits University, and a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Intervention (MECI) from the University of Pretoria. She specialises in helping children with developmental delays and disability by partnering with parents to develop routines that support the child and promote participation, a unique approach to her therapy. Over the years, she has completed numerous courses in adult neurology and dysphagia having trained in LSVT Loud, Vital Stimulation Therapy, Talk Tools, and Rave-O. She has also completed both the Introduction to PROMPT and PROMPT bridging courses.

Talk2Me’s founder spent 6 years working at a Rehabilitation Hospital where she treated adults who had suffered from acquired neurological conditions. She also worked in the Paediatric department treating children with developmental delays, metabolic disorders, and neurological impairments (cerebral palsy, hypoxic brain injury, traumatic brain injury and stroke), at both the acute and chronic stages of therapy.

Specialising in assisting children and adults with communication difficulties and neurological rehabilitation, Talia conducts her work with the utmost professionalism and knowledge, using over a decade of experience. Our founder’s special interest in language enrichment for children and teenagers has allowed her to work with diverse populations.

Passionate and motivated to see her patients succeed, Talia’s dedication and expertise make her an invaluable member and leader of the Talk2Me Speech Therapy team.

Meet The Team


Say hello to Angelique! In 2017 she graduated from the University of Witwatersrand with a BA in Speech and Hearing.

After completing her community service year at Steve Biko Academic Hospital, she went on to work in adult and paediatric neurorehabilitation, with a special interest in feeding and swallowing disorders. Angelique is well versed, having since worked in adult, neonatal, and paediatric ICU settings.

In 2020, Angelique added to her accolades by completing her certification to become a South African Lactation Consultant. She is also PROMPT-trained and SOS-feeding-trained.

Angelique’s special interest in feeding difficulties, swallowing disorders, neurorehabilitation, and early intervention makes her a versatile therapist.


Alia is an enthusiastic and organized Speech-Language Pathologist who graduated from Wits University in 2021 with distinction. She completed her community service in Ekurhuleni Health District, where she served as the sole therapist providing services to clients across 6 clinics!

She has experience assessing and treating dysphagia and communication difficulties in both the paediatric and adult populations. Alias specialises in providing therapy to individuals with unique abilities, including individuals with Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Cerebral Palsy. She finds joy in fostering relationships with her clients while building functional skills that transcend beyond the therapy setting.

Alia has continued her professional development by completing several courses such as the introduction practical course on Cerebral Palsy by Malamulele Onward, Makaton course level one and a paediatric dysphagia course. She has also attended webinars on AAC, family-centered therapy and the management of neonates in the NICU.

As a therapist Alia is dedicated to continuing to gain knowledge and skills to assist each client to achieve their personal goals and believes that everyone deserves to communicate and connect with others, aims to make that a reality for her clients.


Say “Hi” to Joanne; a speech language pathologist and audiologist, long-standing therapist at Talk2Me Speech Therapy. Holding a BA Honours degree in Speech and Hearing from Wits University and graduating in 2017 she completed her community service at Tambo Memorial Hospital in 2018. Joanne began her career working at a school for children with Autism, as well as at Talk2Me Speech Therapy. With a passion for working with children, Joanne finds joy in watching them grow and learn. Joanne’s special interest is in special interest in fluency, language and auditory processing and she believes that her qualities of patience, sensitivity, and empathy are essential in her profession; sentiments we at Talk2Me Therapy fully support. Joanne has completed her PROMPT training and enjoys implementing these techniques in therapy.