Speech Therapy

What is Speech Therapy?

Speech and language therapy provides life-changing treatment, support and care for children and adults who have difficulties with communication, or with eating, drinking and swallowing.

Speech and language therapists (SLTs) are allied health professionals. They work closely with parents, carers and other professionals, such as teachers, nurses, occupational therapists and doctors. There are around 14,000 practising SLTs in the UK.
Pediatric Care

• Integrating Developmental Milestones and Reflexes
• Sensorimotor Development Mobility and Stability
• Self Care Development and Independence
• Sensory Processing Assessments and Interventions
• Social Participation Assessments and Interventions
• Autism Spectrum Assessments and Interventions
• Sensory Equipment Assessment and Considerations to improve Self Regulation
• Seating and Positioning Evaluations to address functional performance
• Assistive Technology Devices and Systems Assessment
• Education and Training
Adult and Geriatric Care

• Client Centered Rehabilitation to promote the highest level independence and safety
• Patient and Family/Caregiver Education to improve safety, efficiency, and quality of care
• Musculoskeletal System Disorders
• Neurological System Disorders
• Cardiovascular and Pulmonary System Disorders
• Disorders of Movement and Neuromuscular Diseases
• Psychiatric and Cognitive Disorders
• Post surgical rehabilitation
• Advanced Physical Agent Modalities to enhance healing and reduce recovery time
• Pain Assessments for Acute and Chronic
• Management and intervention
• Adaptive Equipment Assessment and Considerations to improve safety and quality of life
• Environmental Evaluation and Considerations to increase safety and make life easier
• Personalized care promoting strength, activity tolerance, mobility, and functional performance
• Fall Prevention Education and Management
• Mobility Aids Education and Training for successful community reintegration
• Low Vision Evaluation and Intervention