Monday, November 19, 2018

Speech and Language Disorders

These speech disorder area of ABLEize is designed to provide information in all areas of related speech disability and include speech and language disorders with a comprehensive list of UK website resources and includes links to other areas of ABLEize shown below. Please browse through the categories and sites listed below to find your area of interest and click on the website title to enter the individual websites concerned.

You will find details of speech therapy sessions and information to assist with improving speech as well as how to get help with speech and language disorders of all kinds including stuttering, support and a number of downloadable information and links to support groups located throughout the UK.

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A parent-led organisation helping children and young people with speech and language impairments. offers drop in services in London including speech development support by phone and email for anybody outside of the Capital.

Providing mobile speech and language therapy sessions for adults and children in areas of Edinburgh and Lothians. Site includes fee guides and a number of online resources.

Speech language and communication services offered by Cambridgeshire NHS. Includes drop-in services and information and services for children at school in the area.

Providing speech and language therapy training and sessions for adults and children in Suffolk. Also offers school speech services.

Works to foster the development of speech, language and communication skills in all children. Includes support services and details of specialist speech practitioners. London based.

A UK charity providing language programs using signs and symbols to teach communication skills to children and adults. The site provides details of their training programmes with contacts and how to donate.

The professional body for speech, language therapists and support workers. Includes publications, news and events plus resources.

Explains a range of speech disorders with readers comments, newsletters and articles with professional advice and a range of treatments.

An information site for children from birth to 17 years of age undergoing speech or language difficulties. Provide support, documents and information as well as offering help and general advice.


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