Committed to building speech confidence
Helping adults regain communication, swallowing ability and confidence
We help people affected by:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Motor neurone disease
- Neurological conditions
Achieving YOUR goals
Every client is unique and therefore has unique goals. We work with you to achieve those goals through customised programmes based on our assessments.
We offer adult speech and language therapy in the comfort of your own home as we find this familiarity provides the best results.
We offer a free consultation at your home to assess your case and advise on the best course of action needed. Family participation is encouraged.
Also known as Dysphagia, swallowing difficulties affect many people. From strokes to degenerative diseases, to throat cancer, people with dysphagia have problems swallowing certain foods or liquids, while others can’t swallow at all. We will assess the best course of action to help you regain your quality of life
Communication is a complex process which involves many aspects of thinking and social skills. If brain injury impairs any of these, it can affect the ability to communicate successfully. ‘Cognitive communication difficulties’ is the term most often used for the resulting problems.
Motor Speech Disorders
One disorder is known as Apraxia, which makes it difficult to plan, programme, control, coordinate and execute speech. Another is Dysarthria which is when speech is slurred. Both of these have a huge impact on quality of life because speech is the main tool we use to engage with our world. We can help. Book a free consultation.
Aphasia is a brain-based condition that makes it difficult for someone to express themselves or make sense of what is being said to them. People who have aphasia may struggle to produce language, speak in grammatically correct sentences or translate thoughts into speech.
We can help. Book a free consultation.