Speech-Language Therapy Services


What is Speech-Language Therapy?

Speech-Language Therapy is a therapeutic program for children and adults with communication disorders. This program is designed and implemented by the qualified Speech-Language Therapist based on the individual’s specific needs.


The overall aim of speech-language therapy is to maximize the communication potential of the individual, using either speech or alternative/ augmentative methods.


Who are Speech-Language Therapists?

Speech-Language Therapists are qualified health-care professionals (with Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Speech-Language Therapy) skilled in the identification, assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of speech, language, voice, fluency, communication disorders in children and adults.


Who will benefit from Speech-Language Therapy?


The Speech-Language Therapy services will benefit people with:


-Articulation / Phonological Disorders

-Developmental Speech and Language Delay

-Specific Speech and Language Impairment

-Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

-Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders (ADHD)

-Learning disabilities

-Down’s Syndrome

-Cerebral Palsy

-Cleft lip and palate

-Hearing Impairment

-Voice Disorders


-Neurological impairment of speech and language (Aphasia/ Dysarthria/ Dyspraxia)

 (e.g. in patients with Stroke, Head Injury, Parkinson’s Disease, etc.)





Consultations with Speech-Language Therapist are strictly by appointment only.


Therapy services are available on:

Monday-Friday (8.30am-5pm)

Saturday (8.30am-12.30pm)


To make an appointment, please contact 03-87692999   Ext:2969