Speech and Language Therapy

14 April 2021

Child singing in therapy session

We are planning to launch a Speech and Language Therapy service at CPotential later this year, and you can help us shape our new service. If your child would benefit from Speech and Language Therapy, we would be very grateful if you could answer a few questions so that we can offer a service that best suits your child’s needs.

Speech and Language Therapy can help children with the following difficulties/disorders:

  • Speech and language delay
  • Speech and language disorder
  • Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)
  • Verbal dyspraxia
  • Learning disabilities
  • Syndromes such as Down Syndrome and Fragile X Syndrome
  • Stammering
  • Processing of language and auditory memory.

Speech and Language Therapy can support children in the following areas:

  • Speech
  • Language
  • Communication Aids
  • Comprehension
  • Talking
  • Understanding.

Every child’s speech, language and communication needs are unique and so, if therapy is suitable, intervention will be tailored to his/her specific requirements.

The survey only takes a few minutes to complete and the information collected will ensure we can create the right service, offer enough weekly sessions and provide the type of support that your child needs.

Complete the survey 

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