Can provide assessment and therapy for: Language delay/disorder, Speech Sound Delay/disorder, Stammering in young children-Lidcombe & Michael Palin Centre trained, Communication difficulties associated with- Autism, Asperger syndrome, Literacy problems, Developmental Delay and Selective Mutism. Trained in the use of Sign-a-Long™, Hanen approach, Preschool Autism Communication Therapy Can offer accredited Elklan™.
Amanda Griffiths is a speech and language therapist who specialises in early intervention for pre-school children with speech, language and learning delay. Where appropriate, she can support a total communication approach integrating AAC systems including MAKATON signing, Picture Exchange Communication and visual schedules.
Andrew is a speech therapist with experience with a wide-range of delays and disorders relating to speech and language development. I am willing to travel within a 25 mile radius of Faversham/Canterbury. Registered Signalong Tutor.
As a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, with 27 years NHS experience, Ashley can offer a tailor made service for your child. She supports children with speech, language and communication needs and specializes in Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
Ben Bolton is a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist who has experience in working with a wide variety of children with speech, language and communication difficulties (including delayed/disordered language, delayed/disordered speech, specific language impairment, stammering, and more specific special needs).
Beverley Filer is a qualified speech and language therapist who specialises in language delay/disorder, speech sound delay/disorder, dyspraxia, phonological awareness difficulties and delayed vocabulary.
Billie Lowe is a speech therapist with a special interest in developmental speech and language difficulties, and the links between speech, language and literacy. She works with children and young people of pre-school, primary and secondary age.
Blossom Tree provides specialist speech and language therapy service for children in nursery and primary schools who have difficulties with communication, understanding, speaking, listening or social interaction. They work directly with schools.
Botero Speech 4 Kids, based in West London, is run by Oribell Botero, a U.S. trained speech language pathologist. Oribell is a well-rounded speech language therapist experienced in working with a wide variety of communication and feeding disorders, populations, and settings. She has a strong interest in the cultural and linguistic aspects of language assessment and intervention and deep expertise in working with multilingual children as well as children that have a range of medical diagnoses (i.e., Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy), communication difficulties, and feeding/oral motor dysfunctions.
Brefni Bray specialised in phonological and articulation disorders particularly dyspraxia for over 20 years and had extensive extra training in this area including several courses at the Nuffield Hospital for Speech Sciences and training in MORE and Talk Tools. She has also managed a busy pre-school case load for 10 years working with language delay/disorder and training SLT staff and education professionals in the management of all paediatric speech and language difficulties.
Camilla Leslie specialises in assessment, management and advice for children and adults with listening and Auditory Processing Difficulties (APD). These difficulties may occur alongside other language difficulties such as Dyslexia, Specific Language Impairment, Dyspraxia, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Attention Deficit Disorders. Identifying and addressing underlying difficulties with Auditory Processing can significantly improve an individual's attention, memory, ability to benefit from Therapy, and to learn and retain information. She uses Auditory Stimulation as one of my therapy tools and is the UK National Director for Johansen IAS (Johansen Sound Therapy).
Caroline Hatte is a speech therapist experienced in language delay and disorder, with particular expertise in speech (phonology/articulation) disorders including those related to structural anomalies (cleft lip/palate/associated palate disorders/ENT related). She is trained in nasendoscopy and EPG and more recently as a specialist in Down Syndrome.
Charlotte Enenmoh is a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist with extensive experience assessing and treating pre-school and school age children. She has clinical expertise working with children who present with difficulties in the following areas: Attention/Listening, Articulation/Phonology/Sound Awareness, Complex developmental language delay/disorder, Social communication and Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Emotional, Behavioural Development.