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Trafford-20120628-00032Communication is how we share our thoughts, wishes and feeling with others. Our ability to communicate can be hampered by injury, illness or disability. Effective speech therapy improves the quality of how well we understand each other.

My name is Julie Llewellyn and I am a fully qualified and experienced Speech & Language Therapist. I am a member of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists (RCSLT), the Health Professional Council (HPC) and the Association of Speech & Language Therapists in Independent Practice (ASLTIP).

I have enjoyed a long career as a Speech & Language Therapist in the NHS and currently work as a Speech & Language Therapist in special needs education.

I am available for private consultation.

Speech & Language Therapy

As a Speech Therapist I am in the fortunate position of being able to help children and adults overcome communication difficulties. After many years working in clinical, educational and community settings I am well placed to offer advice and support. After an initial assessment has been completed it will be possible to agree the type and frequency of input needed. Appointments can be held in a location and at a time that best suits you and your family.

Communication occurs in all aspects of a person’s life and I am a strong believer in involving as many key players as possible.  I routinely work with other health and educational practitioners. Written reports and recommendations can be included where appropriate.

I work with:

  • Children & Adults
  • Speech Sound & Articulation Difficulties
  • Early Language Delay
  • Eating & Swallowing Difficulties
  • People with Learning Disabilities
  • Acquired Communication Difficulties – due  to illness or injury
  • Specific Language Impairment
  • Autism & Social Interaction Difficulties
  • Selective Mutism

Whatever your concerns I am available for a free telephone consultation – 0750 8838 529.

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