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Lizzie Reid, Team Leader – Speech and Language Therapist

MSc Speech and Language Therapy, BSc Psychology (Hons) Lizzie is the team leader of Children’s Therapies and an experienced paediatric Speech and Language Therapist. She helps children with a range of speech, language, and communication difficulties, including children with behavioural, social, and emotional difficulties, and children with learning difficulties. What Lizzie can help with Lizzie […]

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Lorna Davis

Lorna Davis – Speech & Language Therapist

Lorna Davis MSc Speech & Language Sciences, PG Dip Psychology, BA (Hons) Linguistics, MRCSLT, MHCPC Lorna is a paediatric Speech and Language Therapist with more than 10 years experience working with children who have speech, language and communication difficulties. She works with children of all ages across a range of settings including clinics, nurseries, mainstream […]

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Genevieve Stanton - Speech & Language Therapist

Genevieve Stanton – Speech & Language Therapist

Genevieve Stanton B. App. Sc. (Sp. Path), HCPC Genevieve is an experienced Speech and Language Therapist who helps children aged 2-18 years with a range of speech, language, literacy, fluency and social communication difficulties. She has worked in a variety of settings including private clinics, pre-schools, mainstream schools and community clinics in Australia and London. […]

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Supporting Children Who Stammer In The Classroom – a practical guide for teachers and parents

For some reason we have had a big increase in the number of stammering referrals we have received this month.  A couple of weeks ago Marianne wrote a post giving some tips for communicating with a child who stammers.   This week, I have produced a factsheet (click to download) guide for teachers on supporting children […]

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Marianne Brown, Speech and Language Therapist at Children's Therapies

Ten Tips for communicating with a child who stammers

Many people aren’t sure how to react when communicating with a child who stammers and whether they should try to ‘help them out.’  Here are some useful tips: When talking about a child who stutters, use the term “person who stutters” rather than “stutterer.”  Stuttering is something the child does, it is not who they […]

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Kate Stradling - Speech & Language Therapist

Kate Stradling – Speech & Language Therapist

Kate Stradling, MSc, MRCSLT, HCPC Kate is a Speech and Language Therapist with more than 10 years of experience working in a variety of settings including community clinics, mainstream and special schools. She specialises in supporting children and young adults with speech and language difficulties, social communication difficulties, a range of autism spectrum disorders, and […]

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