What do we do?
We offer a range of specialist speech and language therapy clinics for people of all ages who have a range of speech, language and communication disorders.
How do we do it?
We offer individual or group therapy to clients, working with them and their partners/family to develop; maintain or compensate for communication difficulties. We also offer highly specialist assessment of speech, language and communication needs for people of all ages, with therapy tailored to the individual’s needs and wishes.
All therapy is based on the and is based on the most up-to-date evidence. All clinics are run by qualified speech and language therapists who are also tutors at Plymouth Marjon University, supported by trainee therapists who are currently studying, BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy who work with individual clients under the supervision of an experienced clinician.
Clinics are designed for specific client groups. We welcome referrals from SLT colleagues and clients themselves. We can offer specialist support to people with Parkinsons; aphasia; children with developmental language disorder; language and literacy difficulties; specific speech disorder and dysfluency.
Philippa Knox manages a speech and language therapy clinic people with Parkinsons in collaboration with colleagues at Mount Gould Hospital.
Dr Julia Stewart is a highly specialist Speech and Language Therapist who supports children with developmental speech and language disorders.