Offering Contact-Free Services 

To enable me to continue to provide the high level of service you expect from me, in line with current government advice, I offer online appointments.
I will be using Zoom, a reliable and secure cloud platform for video and audio interaction, I can deliver assessment and intervention sessions without visiting you in person. Zoom is GDPR compliant and uses encryption to provide a secure connection between you and I.
To find out whether this type of intervention may be an appropriate means of supporting your child’s communication, please get in touch here.

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Home based assessment and therapy

I offer assessment and therapy to  children in their own homes, working closely with families to ensure that your child is best supported to achieve their communication potential. I offer a free informal consultation over the telephone. We will discuss your concerns and decide on the best plan of action for you and your child. This might be therapy sessions at home, at school with school staff support, or advice to help you support your child’s needs on a daily basis.

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Services for schools

I offer speech and language therapy interventions to primary schools in Nottingham. I aim to enable schools and families to help children develop the best possible communication skills that they can, in turn helping children to achieve their learning potential. Service provision is agreed and delivered in ways that best meet the needs of individual children, staff and the school. This may be through staff training, speech and language therapy groups or one-to-one therapy.
For further information on the services Young Talkers is able to provide for your school or to arrange a free consultation meeting, please do not hesitate to contact me.

“I’m loving the work you are doing with my son as we can see a big difference in his attention span and he is beginning to draw and print and do moulds with his playdough at home. I think it has a positive effect as he never wanted to do these activities and now he will willingly participate Xx.”

– Inspirational Mummy of four

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