Speech and Language Therapy looks different these days

Bryony working at her desk

With social distancing in place, therapy services have moved online. Older children are seeing their speech therapist via video link. But what if your little one is too young to sit in front of a Zoom call?

I specialise in helping children who aren’t yet talking and are still figuring out lots of the early building blocks of social communication. For them, learning to communicate requires movement and play!

Which is why my approach to Speech and Language Therapy involves working with you. Giving you the guidance, support and structure to help your child.

Together, we’ll establish where your child is at in their communication journey and focus on specific strategies to support their development.