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Person centred, Evidence based.


Speech Articulation Therapy

Improving speech clarity and intelligibility

As children develop, the way they speak changes. For some children these changes happen automatically, but for others they may need specific teaching of speech sounds and patterns. Speech therapy can result in clearer, more age appropriate speech.

Language Therapy

Receptive, Expressive, Multimodal

Is your child 2 years old and using less than 50 words? Do they point rather than verbalising their requests? Does your child struggle to explain what they are thinking about? Do they easily forget words or get their sentences mixed up? Can they tell you what they did on the weekend? These are all indicators of a language delay or disorder. Through identification and specific teaching of difficult areas, we can build your child's success in communicating their thoughts socially and academically.

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Fluency Therapy

Reducing stuttering for all ages

Stuttering is an indiscriminate disorder, and affects people of all ages and cultures. I work with both adults and children (as well as their families) to reduce stuttering behaviours and maintain fluent speech in everyday communication.

Accent and Intelligibility Training

Increasing communicative confidence for ESL speakers

Many people who speak English as a second language may find difficulties communicating due to either confidence or intelligibility difficulties. By working in a 1:1 setting, we can identify where any breakdown may be occurring, and increase overall intelligibility to ensure that you are communicating to the best of your ability.

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Literacy Development

Dyslexia and Emerging Literacy Skills

Children who are struggling to keep up with reading and writing expectations can benefit from explicit teaching of the underlying skills associated with early and developing literacy. This can be a game changer when it comes to academic engagement and progression.

Voice Therapy

Treatment of voice related issues

Overuse of the voice can lead to changes in voice quality, such as roughness, croakiness, hoarseness, or pain. Identification of causes and tailored management can help to reduce symptoms and damage to the vocal mechanism.

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Is there more to your child's food aversions than 'pickiness'?

Feeding therapy involves working closely with children and families, observing mealtimes and determining any structural, sensory, or environmental factors which may be contributing to a child's feeding aversions.

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