Frequently asked questions

Please contact me to discuss the prices of the service you would like and I will send you a price list.

I typically start by taking a case history. This involves asking you questions about your child’s overall health and development. I then observe your child whilst they play and, depending on their age and the type of difficulty they have, do some more formal assessments, such as asking them to follow some instructions or looking at pictures together. Any formal assessments are disguised as play activities to ensure your child is feeling pressure-free and having fun!

Sessions typically take place in your home or your child’s nursery/school environment. It is important that I observe and work with your child in their most naturalistic setting. For school services, sessions must take place in a quiet space or room provided by the school.
No, referrals are accepted from parents and school staff – written obsent must be obtained from parents for referrals from school(s) to be accepted.
Unfortunately not, as I am not listed with a healthcare insurance provider. Sessions should only be booked if you are self-paying.
Every child is different and this largely depends on your child’s strengths and needs. This can be discussed with you in further detail following an assessment. My goal is to equip and empower parents as much as possible to take the lead on developing their child’s communication skills.
Discounts are available for block bookings, otherwise per hourly rates apply. Fees will be discussed with you in full when you submit an inquiry about a service.

All Speech and Language Therapists need to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). You can search my name on their website –  I am also registered with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT). This is a governing body which ensures that I adhere to the ethical and professional guidelines set by the RCSLT. You can find my name on their website –

No, all therapists receive the same training and belong to the same professional bodies. Advantages of seeking independent therapy include by-passing longer NHS waiting lists, having sessions within your own home and/or your child’s educational setting, tailored 1:1 therapy centred around your child and having sessions on times and days that suit you.

Do you Have any questions?

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