Speech & Language Therapy
After you have been assessed, your speech and language therapist may recommend that you have speech and language therapy. This may involve helping you to control your breathing, articulate your voice or slow down your speech, for example, but it will be very specific to your individual needs. Your speech and language therapist will explain how your therapy will be delivered and how long it will last.
If your child has had an assessment, the speech and language therapist may decide that therapy isn’t necessary at that time and advise you with ways to help develop your child’s speech and language at home.
If the speech and language therapist does decide that your child needs therapy, he or she may give you some activities to carry out at home alongside therapy appointments.
The number of speech and language therapy sessions you will need will depend on the type and severity of the speech and language problem you have and the progress you make in therapy. Your speech and language therapist will discuss with you how many sessions you are likely to need.
If you meet the criteria outlined and wish to participate, please click on the link below to complete this anonymous and confidential 10 minute survey.