Jibber Jabber Allied Health is a multi-disciplinary clinic, offering Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy services. We are based in Lara Victoria and offer our service for pre-school aged children through to adults clients. Jibber Jabber Allied Health is a Medicare and NDIS provider and can accept claims through Private Health funds.



Jane Amparis

Jane had studied at La Trobe University and has been practicing as a qualified speech pathologist for over 10 year in a variety of settings ranging from schools to private practice. She has experience working with children, young adults and adults across a variety of clinical settings.

As a mother herself, Jane is highly motivated and enthusiastic about helping her clients to achieve their therapy goals. She specializes in dyspraxia and a wide variety of therapeutic needs for people with Autism.

Kaitlyn McCarthy

Kaitlyn received her Master of Speech Pathology from the University of Melbourne, and is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist with Speech Pathology Australia. She has clinical experience with children and adults in hospital and clinic settings. Kaitlyn has also undertaken Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) therapy training and has experience working with children with autism spectrum disorder. She is passionate about family-centred care and helping clients to achieve their speech, language and communication goals


Rylie Evans

Rylie is a qualified Occupational Therapist with over 12 years’ experience, in a variety of clinical settings. Rylie is passionate about working with children and young adults to achieve their independence and to help them reach their developmental milestones. Rylie’s friendly and engaging approach helps clients to feel safe and supported.

Kirsty Ineson

Kirsty has obtained her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Deakin University.  Kirsty has prior experience working with children, adolescence, and young adults within a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider in Geelong. She has also had prior fieldwork experience working in a school with primary school-aged children, and has participated in volunteer work engaging in Hippotherapy with young children with a range of disabilities.

Kirsty’s passion is working with children, adolescence, and young adults with the intention to assist with identifying barriers and facilitators to occupational performance and engagement, and work towards realistic interventions.

All our clinicians have a working with children’s check and are committed in ensuring you and your loved ones achieve their developmental goals and build confidence for the future.