We work with children with a wide range of Speech, Language and Communication difficulties including:
Communication is not just about speech and spoken words. We communicate in many different ways including gesture, body language, written words, facial expressions and many others. Therefore communication is always the primary goal. Some children may need an Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) to support their communication, which may include signs, symbols or electronic aids. Others will need support to develop their play and interaction skills in order to support their speech, language and communication.Speech and Language Therapy
Over the years we have been able to help many children with their speech and language struggles. Read what their parents had to say.