Speech and Language Therapy
What is Speech and Language Therapy and how can it help?
A Speech and Language Therapist will assess and treat those with specific speech, language and communication problems to enable them to communicate to the best of their ability. As an allied health professional they work closely with parents, carers and other professionals, including teachers and nurses.
Speech and Language Therapy can help with feeding and swallowing difficulties, language delay, learning difficulties, hearing impairment, cleft palate, stammering, autism, voice disorders and selective mutism.
Use the links below to access the relevant Speech and Language service: