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Meet the Heroes team

Georgia Stone

Speech Pathologist for Adults
“The collaborative, team approach that is the centre of all care provided by Heroes is what enables us to best support all of our clients to achieve their goals!”

Georgia Stone has a Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology degree and is a current member of Speech Pathology Australia. She has experience working with adults within the NDIS and Residential Aged Care sectors. She has a vibrant and caring personality and loves working alongside clients and their families to achieve their goals.

Georgia works with adults to assess, treat and provide management for people with speech, language, voice, swallowing or communication difficulties. She has a particular interest in dysphagia management and end-of-life care.

During secondary school, Georgia knew her future career lay somewhere in the allied health sector but was not sure exactly where. So she tried a number of different placements, sometimes with unforeseen consequences including fainting on one because, in her words, it was too “gory”! She finally found the one she loved in Speech Pathology. Georgia loves the diversity and challenges that come with working in Speech Pathology, but especially enjoys seeing her clients achieve their goals.

Georgia is excited to be working within a vibrant and supportive team and thoroughly enjoys supporting her amazing clients.

She loves living on the Sunshine Coast, despite her work driving adventures in the wild and unpredictable QLD weather. She also makes phenomenal sausage rolls for team meetings.

Qualifications & Professional Affiliations
  • Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology
  • Member of Speech Pathology Australia
  • Disability Worker Screening Clearance – ‘Yellow Card’
Fun Facts
  • Fainted on an allied health placement (Physiotherapy placement!)
  • Married at First Sight (MAFS) is her guilty pleasure
  • She would LOVE to bump into Beyonce!
  • Grew up in Echuca
  • Completed a speech pathology placement in Nepal at a school for children with ASD