For people living with aphasia

I offer individual therapy sessions using speech and language therapy and/or music therapy depending on the needs of the individual.

I offer a person-centred assessment, based on a social model of aphasia.

Assessment includes the person with aphasia, their immediate social context (e.g. relatives and friends), wider community (work, education, leisure) and society in general. Therefore the impact of aphasia goes beyond the underlying deficits and focuses on how the person functions within society.

The individual with aphasia is central to this process, and is an active participant in collaborative problem-solving and goal setting.