Are you concerned about your child's speech and language development but not sure where to turn? Is your baby or toddler difficult to feed? Are you feeling overwhelmed by a recent diagnosis?
Maybe your child is just a little behind their friends? Or perhaps their difficulties result from known neurological or medical needs, premature birth, birth trauma, developmental delays or genetic disorders.
Feeding and talking are essential skills for children to learn but they are also the most complex skills they will learn in their early years. With my skills and experience I can support your baby's feeding & swallowing development as well as facilitate his or her early communication progress. I can also help and support your child's speech, language and social communication
You’ll find a friendly ear and dedicated support to help your child. I evaluate and create functional home activities and programmes to fit into your busy family life. I am an experienced Infant and Child Speech and Language Therapist, Neonatal Feeding Specialist and Lactation Consultant with over 25 years experience in helping children and their families.
Contact me today if your baby or child struggles with:
Breast or Bottle feeding difficulties, weaning, drooling, chewing and/or swallowing difficulties
Speech and/ or language delay
A diagnosis of Down’s syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy or other developmental difficulties
Speech Dyspraxia or Articulation difficulties
Whatever your concern, get in touch to find out how I can provide you and your family with the right therapies and
techniques that blend comfortably into your routine to support you and your child.
“We are extremely happy and wanted to let you know, as I don’t think we’d have seen anywhere near such a rapid improvement without your help. It’s made a huge difference and I’m still using all the strategies you taught me all the time with him… I’m so thankful we found you and I can’t actually believe he’s caught up on more than a year delay in less than 6 months.”
Rachel L., mother of Freddie (3.5 years old)