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We work with children and adolescents aged 2 – 18 who have difficulties with speech, language and communication. These may include but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Speech sound difficulties (difficulty saying specific sounds or sounds getting mixed up)
  • Language difficulties (difficulty understanding and using words)
  • Social communication and interaction skills
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Attention and listening
  • Learning difficulties
  • Stammering

Who do we work with? 

Children

Adults

 

We work with adults who, for physical or psychological reasons, have difficulties with speech, language and communication. These may include but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Acquired communication problems following, including stroke, head injury, Parkinson's disease and dementia
  • Aphasia (difficulty understanding or producing language)
  • Apraxia (difficulty co-ordinating the muscles used to form words)
  • Dysarthria (slow or slurred speech as a result of muscle weakness)
  • Voice issues
  • Learning difficulties
  • Stammering
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We work collaboratively with staff members to encourage the identification and support of service users with speech, language and communication needs.

Schools and Care Settings

Parents and carers

We encourage parent and carer involvement throughout therapy as this is essential to long term communication development. We offer specific training such as the The Hanen “It Takes Two to Talk” Program and other bespoke packages.