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Speech and Language Therapy Services - overview

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Our Speech and Language Therapy team consists of Speech and Language Therapists, Assistants and Administrators.

Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) are allied health professionals.  We have been trained to assess, diagnose, treat and advise people who have difficulties with speech, language and communication, or with eating, drinking and swallowing disorders.  

We work with adults, children and their families and carers, as well as a range of other professionals across Health, Education, Social Care and Voluntary sector.

Where do the Speech and Language Therapy team work?

The Speech and Language Therapy team are able to provide virtual appointments and also work within the following settings:

  • Playgroups and nurseries.
  • Primary and Secondary mainstream schools
  • Special Schools
  • Child development centres
  • Community health centres
  • Hospitals
  • Rehabilitation units
  • Nursing and residential homes
  • Client’s own homes

What areas can the Speech and Language Therapy team help with?

  • Developmental Speech, Language and Communication needs
  • Specific Speech, Language and Communication Impairments and Disorders.
  • Difficulties with eating, drinking and swallowing (Dysphagia)
  • Acquired and Progressive Speech, Language and Communication needs
  • Stammering
  • Social Communication/Interaction needs
  • Voice Disorders
  • Trans and gender diverse voice and communication support
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication needs (communication aids)

Contact details:

Head of Speech and Language Therapy: Jo Bradburn

For further information or advice contact us:

Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Services; Telephone: 01792 517863  or 01639 862718

Adult Speech and Language Therapy Services; Telephone: 01792 703855 or 01792 703766

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