I have recently left the NHS where I worked as clinical lead for the special schools team. I specialise in AAC, alternative ways of communicating but have experience working with a wide range of ages, clinical need and settings. I also previously worked within the field of deafness and delivered therapy in BSL. I have always aimed to integrate communication into everyday, functional and meaningful activities in collaboration with families, teaching staff and other professionals. I believe that my role is to support students to be as confident and independent communicators as possible in order prepare for adult life.
AAC (augmentative and alternative communication)
Attention related difficulties (ADD, ADHD)
Auditory Processing Disorder
Cognitive -communication difficulties
Communication skills at work
Dyspraxia/Childhood Apraxia of speech
Early childhood language development
Progressive neurological disorder
Social and emotional difficulties
Training for educational settings/schools/SEN staff
Age ranges treated
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