Speech-Language Pathology

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A Speech and Language Therapist is a health care professional who specialises in communication and swallowing difficulties. The main part of their work involves assessing people and planning therapy. They work with people of all ages across different settings such as nurseries, schools, day centres, care homes, clinics and hospitals.

Speech-Language Services include:
Speech/language delays and disorders in children and adults.
In and out of hospital Infants oral stimulation for pre-mature babies (stimulate oral feeding, speech, and language)
Neurogenic speech/language disorders for children and adults (Autism, TBI, aphasia, CP, dementia, stroke etc.)
Dysphagia/swallowing disorders (Difficulty chewing, swallowing, and feeding)
Fluency (Stuttering), Articulation, phonological disorders (Difficulty producing words correctly) and Voice disorder assessment and treatment
Teletherapy