Acknowledgement of Country

Eat. Speak. Repeat. Allied Health is Indigenous owned and run. We pride ourselves on our inclusive approach to healthcare.  

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Artist: Nikita Austin - Wanaruah/Wonnarua

Acknowledgement of Country

Eat. Speak. Repeat. Allied Health acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land with which we work on, the Worimi People.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and culture.

What can you expect in our practice?

At Eat. Speak. Repeat. Allied Health, we pride ourselves on our inclusive practice. To ensure inclusive practice, we have a number of steps in place including but not limited to;

  • Acknowledgement of Country proudly displayed in our clinic

  • Indigenous artworks and the AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia throughout our clinic

  • Use of culturally and linguistically diverse resources and toys

  • Culturally and linguistically diverse communication systems throughout our clinic

  • Employment of Indigenous Australians

  • Staff participating in culturally and linguistically diverse professional development training 

  • Indigenous staff members have their respective flags easily identifiable on their badges


Images taken at Eat. Speak. Repeat. clinic.


Indigenous Australian Communication Board

For NAIDOC week in 2020, our founder Nikita created a NAIDOC communication board so that Indigenous Australians had free access to a basic communication system. Communication difficulties are also experienced by Indigenous Australians, however there were no communication systems that were Indigenous-friendly. Nikita pioneered the first systems and has continued to update it.


This year, Nikita created a brand new communication board for everyday use, not just during NAIDOC week. It can be translated into any Indigenous language* and is ally friendly. It is completely free to download, just click on the image and it will take you to the document. Questions? Please send us an email.

*Not all Indigenous languages are easily available nor do they have language to translate all words on the board.