Speech and language therapy
Our speech and language therapy teams provide specialised assessment and therapy for a wide range of communication and swallowing disorders, both in hospital and community settings.
We assess, manage and treat a range of disorders and see patients who have:
- Acquired communication/swallowing disorders
- Voice disorders
- Fluency disorders (stammering)
- Acquired neurological conditions (e.g. stroke, head injury)
- Progressive neurological conditions (e.g. dementia, multiple sclerosis)
- Undergone oral surgery and laryngectomy (removal of the voice box).
We operate an open referral system, which means we accept referrals not only from GPs, hospital doctors and other professionals, but also from patients themselves (or their parents/carers).
The exceptions to this are voice disorders where referrals are only accepted after assessment by an ENT consultant, and swallowing disorders, where a referral must be from a doctor, nurse or allied health professional.
Has your child been referred to a speech and language therapist?
Patient information leaflets
- Top Tips for Speech Sounds
- Top Tips for Talking
- Feeding and Swallowing Problems (Dysphagia)
- Initial Swallowing Assessment
- Initial Communication Assessment
- Speech Sounds (School Age Children)
- Speech and language therapy groups
- Childrens Speech and Language Therapy in North Lincolnshire – Our School Age Service
- Children’s Speech and Language Therapy in North East Lincolnshire – Our Early Years’ Service
- Children’s Speech and Language Therapy in North East Lincolnshire – Our School Age Service
- Children’s Speech and Language Therapy in North Lincolnshire – Our Early Years Special Educational Needs Service
- Outpatient Attendance during the COVID-19 Pandemic – NE Lincs Speech and Language Service
- Paediatric Speech and Language Therapy Appointments
- The Role of the Adult Speech and Language Therapy Team
- Top Tips for Helping Bilingual Children with Their Speech and Language Skills
- Top Tips to Support Children and Young People Who Stammer
- Top tips to support children and young people with selective mutism