Drouin Gourmet Cafe has some ex­cit­ing news . . .

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Toni Nor­ton taken over!

Not only has Toni worked at Drouin Gourmet Cafe for the past eight years but she has been Trudy’s side­kick and front of house man­ager most of that time.

She is so ex­cited about her new ad­ven­ture and looks for­ward to be­ing the new owner of Drouin has Gourmet Cafe.

As for Trudy, Ge­orge and her fam­ily, words can not ex­press how deeply re­warded they have felt over the last 11.5 years.

Trudy says: “It’s time to step back a bit and en­joy be­ing a mum. I gave the cafe my every­thing.

“The com­mu­nity of Drouin em­braced me and my fam­ily from day one and for that I owe them my grat­i­tude.

“It has been a real plea­sure pro­vid­ing the town meals and food that I pro­duced. I will never for­get my days with Drouin Gourmet Cafe.”

Trudy's last day is Satur­day, 11th Fe­bru­ary.

At 7am Mon­day, 13th Fe­bru­ary Toni takes over Drouin Gourmet Cafe.

She is so ex­cited to con­tinue the fa­mous home­made muffins and chicken schnitzel burg­ers and also some new and ex­cit­ing meals.

Two mas­sive weeks of cel­e­bra­tions. One for good­bye and one for a new be­gin­ning.

Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy is proud to an­nounce and wel­come Madeleine Raven­horst as a new Speech Pathol­o­gist. Madeleine has just grad­u­ated from Charles Sturt Univer­sity in Al­bury in 2016 and is ex­cited to be part of the team of speech pathol­o­gists at Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy.

“Bell­field is com­mit­ted to meet­ing in­di­vid­ual needs and Madeleine loves work­ing with chil­dren. She strives to pro­vide per­son-cen­tered and ev­i­dence based care for clients with a range of com­plex needs and goals,” said Rhonda Camp­bell, Prin­ci­pal Speech Pathol­o­gist at Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy.

“Madeleine is a lo­cal to the War­ragul area and is en­thu­si­as­tic to con­tinue de­vel­op­ing links within this com­mu­nity and col­lab­o­rate with the lo­cal net­works as Speech Pathol­o­gists at Bell­field work in the area of com­mu­ni­ca­tion, not just speech!” con­tin­ued Ms Camp­bell.

Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy staff assess and treat in­di­vid­u­als who demon­strate a wide range of com­mu­ni­ca­tion dif­fi­cul­ties. Their role in­cludes work­ing with in­di­vid­u­als who have dif­fi­culty swal­low­ing and eat­ing, with voice, flu­ency/stut­ter­ing, lan­guage ex­pres­sion, un­der­stand­ing in­for­ma­tion, speech/ar­tic­u­la­tion, read­ing, writ­ing, spell­ing and so­cial skills. Bell­field of­fers the op­por­tu­nity for clients to max­imise their in­de­pen­dence and dig­nity through com­mu­ni­ca­tion.

Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy is an in­de­pen­dent prac­tice which was es­tab­lished 27 years ago by Prin­ci­pal Speech Pathol­o­gist Rhonda Camp­bell.

The aim is to pro­vide high qual­ity care and pro­vide fam­i­lies with choices about what model of ser­vice de­liv­ery best meets their needs; from con­sul­tancy at school to on­go­ing weekly in­di­vid­ual as­sis­tance.

The in­crease in the de­mand for Speech Pathol­ogy ser­vices has re­sulted in Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy re­cently ex­pand­ing its ser­vices from War­ragul through to Leon­gatha in Gipp­s­land and Broome in West Aus­tralia.

For more in­for­ma­tion about Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy go to www.bell­fieldsp. com.au or to make an ap­point­ment con­tact the Bell­field team on 5622 1055 or visit us at our new lo­ca­tion at 122 Al­bert Street, War­ragul.

Ex­cit­ing news: Trudy Tam­bassis has sold her busi­ness, and Toni Nor­ton (right) has bought it.

Bell­field Speech Pathol­ogy wel­comes Madeleine Raven­horst, Speech Pathol­o­gist, to the team.

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