Supporting & Empowering People with Disabilities

Hi! I’m Emily a Developmental Educator and qualified fully registered primary school teacher.

Emily is a mother to three gorgeous children. Her eldest son received a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at the age of 3. This experience prompted Emily to become an expert in the field of autism and developmental disabilities.

A Developmental Educator is an allied health professional who specialises in development disabilities. Their role is to support and empower children and adults, with a disability, to reach their full potential. They can support you individually, but also work alongside, and collaborate with, other allied health professionals as part of your therapy team. Their approaches are holistic, strengths-based, inclusive and person-centred.

Developmental Educators must have a disability-specific university degree, at either bachelor or masters level. Emily has a Masters of Autism Studies from Griffith University, home of the Autism Centre of Excellence. For more information about Developmental Educators visit DEAI.

Hi! I’m Emily a Developmental Educator and qualified fully registered primary school teacher.

Emily is a mother to three gorgeous children. Her eldest son received a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at the age of 3. This experience prompted Emily to become an expert in the field of autism and developmental disabilities.

A Developmental Educator is an allied health professional who specialises in development disabilities. Their role is to support and empower children and adults, with a disability, to reach their full potential. A disability educator must hold a university specific degree in the field of disabilities. They can support you individually, but also work alongside, and collaborate with, other allied health professionals as part of your therapy team. Their approaches are holistic, strengths-based, inclusive and person-centered.

Developmental Educators must have a disability-specific university degree, at either bachelor or masters level. Emily has a Masters of Autism Studies from Griffith University, home of the Autism Centre of Excellence. For more information about Developmental Educators visit DEAI.

Why Choose Mummel Road

Experienced & Certified Disability Support

To deliver the best support for individuals with additional needs, Emily uses her extensive knowledge of developmental disabilities & learning methodologies to implement evidence-based practices. Emily offers individuals & families the opportunity to achieve their own personal goals.

Providing Hands-on, Practical Skills Based Learning

We cater for individuals within the environment that is going to cater best for their needs. Emily assesses the individual needs of her clients then offers practical & evidence-based strategies. Emily’s services are available within the home & school environments. In 2021, Emily’s services will be available within homes and schools. This ensures that Emily can cater to a wide variety of individuals.

A Member of Developmental Educators Australia Inc

Emily has full professional accreditation with the DEAI. As a registered Developmental Educator, Emily can assist individuals to reach their full potential using person-centred, strengths-based and holistic approaches. Emily looks forward to helping you or your child achieve your personal goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. If you are self-managed or plan managed, you can use your NDIS funding. Emily is an unregistered NDIS provider, however, Emily develops a service agreement and works within the parameters of the NDIS framework.

Yes! Please contact Emily with further questions to ensure that Emily understands how she can support your child.

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Yes, Developmental Educators are qualified to work with individuals across their lifespan and can offer support for a wide range of needs.

Yes, Emily can offer assistance to families within their home environment. Emily will complete safety check with families prior to visiting each home.

Emily will email an invoice to self and plan managed NDIS participants.

Yes! Advocating for individuals to be active participants in their community is one of Emily’s main interests. Contact Emily to discuss your child’s individual goals.

Please sign up to receive Emily’s regular blog updates and relevant and current information about topics such as ASD, anxiety, school readiness, inclusion and advocacy.

Emily is awaiting her NDIS registration. She will be working as an unregistered NDIS provider until late 2022 when she will be a registered provider. If you are self/plan managed, you can use your funding to access. Emily will create a service agreement and she will work within the parameters of the NDIS framework.

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