Speech Pathology

There is no doubt that communication plays a vital role in our lives.  Not only is it essential when it comes to sharing and learning information at home, school, work or socially; it is key to developing relationships.

A Speech Pathologist can diagnose and treat difficulties with speaking, listening, reading, writing, and stuttering due to development delays, disabilities, stroke or hearing loss to name a few.  In addition, people who experience difficulties swallowing food and drink can also be helped.

Belinda Riethmuller

(Speech Pathologist)

Who am I?

Belinda graduated from Speech Pathology in South Australia, but made the move to Queensland, residing in Dalby with her hubby and growing family. Prior to commencing with Dalby Allied Health, Belinda worked in Pediatrics at Toowoomba Base Hospital.

Special interests:

  •  Early diagnosis and parent training for communication

  • Infant and toddler feeding

  • Functional communication support across the lifespan

  • Early intervention for speech and language


Annaleise Brooker

(Speech Pathologist)

Who am I?

Anneliese graduate from university in 2019 and joined DAH as a graduate soon after. Anneleise's expertise have become well sort after, allowing her to extend her services into Chinchilla on a weekly basis.  

Special interests:

  • Literacy (i.e. reading and writing)

  • Working with adults to achieve functional communication goals

  • Social communication


Available for Appointments:
Currently on Maternity leave
Monday to Friday                     8:00am - 4:30pm
*Monday appointments in Chinchilla

Call us today on: 07 4662 0459

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