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How to become a Speech and Language Therapist?

how to become a speech and language therapist

A career as a Speech and Language Therapist can be as diverse as fulfilling. Working with people of all ages, Speech and Language Therapists have a huge impact on their patient’s lives by helping theme overcoming their communication and swallowing…

Why Speech and Language Therapy matters

speech and language therapy matters

Communication disorders are more common than you think There are high chances that you know someone with a communication disorder. Indeed, it is estimated that nearly 20% of the population may experience communication difficulties at some point in their lives…

Nov ’21 – Neurogenic dysphagia and special guests

The neurogenic dysphagia management via telemedicine: a systematic review, speech and language therapy

In this November newsletter, we were lucky to have not one but two guests! ✨ We also discussed the neurogenic dysphagia management via telemedicine, the Nuffield Early Language Intervention, an app to track and improve communication recovery to stroke survivors with aphasia, a new video game…

Sept ’21 Newsletter – Impact of Covid and telehealth

Impact of COVID-19 on Speech and Language Therapy

Welcome to our first ever newsletter! We’re thrilled to have you here 🤩 We hope you’ll enjoy this first version where we discussed the impact of COVID-19 on Speech and Language Therapy, telemedicine platforms, conversational support for patients living with aphasia…