We are a team of Speech and Language Therapists working around Ireland. We pride ourselves on delivering a top-quality tailored Speech and Language Therapy service to children and adults at all stages of life.
Assesment and intervention for Communication Disorders
Full assessment and management of swallowing and feeding disorders
Home or nursing home visits, and recommendations to care staff
Speech and Language assessment and intervention
Speech and Language reports
School or home programmes
Onward referral to specialists or organisations if necessary
Formal or informal information sessions.
Catering for relatives, nursing home staff, schools etc.
We provide tailor-made presentations and information for a variety of needs and settings, and are available for follow-up consultation at any time.
Speech Therapists in Ireland – The Speech Centre
We are a team of Speech and Language Therapists, working in locations all around Ireland. Each clinic is run by a local Speech and Language Therapist, dedicated to that branch but in daily contact with the other clinics for support, professional development and clinical supervision.
To find your clinic, click here.
We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional quality Speech and Language Therapy, for children and adults at all stages of life. Whether you are worried about a child who isn’t talking yet, or have received a diagnosis that affects their speech and language development, we are here to help. We also have specialist speech therapists who work with teenagers and adults, so no matter what difficulties you’re experiencing we can provide you with help and advice, and speech therapy if it’s needed.
Rainy day activities for January
Rainy Day Language Activities: It doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom in January; rainy days provide the perfect opportunity for speech and language work when stuck inside! Turn off the TV, put down the phone and get stuck in to some indoor activities which are perfect for this time of year. Rainy Day […]
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Christmas gift ideas for children with early language delay
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