93 – Making speech pathology more accessible for Rural Australia – Weh Yeoh, Umbo
Weh Yeoh is co-founder of Umbo, a social enterprise bridging the gap for rural children to access allied health services.
He’s a physiotherapist from Sydney with a diverse background, having travelled through remote parts of Asia, volunteered with people with disabilities in Vietnam, interned in India, and studied Mandarin in Beijing.
Check out this episode to hear the story of Umbo, and the challenges of accessing speech pathology services in rural Australia.
You will also hear Weh’s insights into what it takes to build a successful enterprise or charity, and how to lead a team effectively during challenging times.
Check out the episode and full show notes here.
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