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Speech And Language Therapy Children's Service


Service Description

The Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service provides assessment and intervention for children and young people with a range of speech, language and communication needs. This will include those who have:
• Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)
• Social Communication difficulties including those associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
• Speech Disorders
• Stammering
• Hearing Impairment
• Complex needs

Services are provided in settings which include mainstream primary and secondary schools, community clinics and special schools. Speech and Language Therapists have a role in working with children and young people, and the adults who care for and educate them.

We also have an Eating and Drinking clinic service which provides assessment and intervention for children and young people who have difficulties swallowing and are at risk of food and drink going into their lungs.

Additional Information

Additional Information

We provide assessment and intervention sessions for children, young people and their families.

We provide support for parents and families for children and young people on our caseload.

Suitable for ages

Age of Users
From 0 years to 19 years



Questions & Answers

Are The Premises Accessible For Wheelchair Users?
Can Families Self-Refer To The Service?
Do You Have A Waiting List?
Do You Have Child Protection Policies And Procedures
Do You Offer Specific Support For Children With Additional Needs?
Eligibility - Can The Service Be Accessed By Extended Family Members Or Carers
Has A Service Description?
Is There A Waiting List?

Further Information

Provider Type
Health Services
Delivery Channels
Office / Premises Schools
Referral Criteria
By Parents Or Family Via Gp Or Other Health Professional Via School