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“Chatty Therapy has been working with our school for a number of years and has become integral to our teaching and learning offer. A significant proportion of our children start school with language delay and the work we do with Chatty Therapy helps us to ensure that children are able to actively develop their language skills. In addition to children’s development, our staff have also learned a repertoire of skills through working alongside our therapist, making delivery of subsequent interventions much more productive. We’re really happy with our partnership and even though money is tight, we prioritise our work with Chatty Therapy because we know it works.”

HeadteacherPrimary School, Warrington

“Following identification of children who need additional support, Carole has produced bespoke programmes working directly with children and staff. Carole has given us the confidence in knowing we are having the greatest impact.”

Chris Priddey, Head, Sandiway Primary, Cheshire

Good value support which gets results.

Do you find you have to wait a long time for external NHS speech and language input?

Chatty Therapy can provide an experienced and specialist speech and language therapist alongside a speech and language therapy assistant to meet the needs of children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) at tour Setting.  Our therapists and assistants are highly trained, committed and passionate people who care about your Setting.  We have been providing services to the education sector across the North West for over 15 years.

Do you struggle to free up Teaching Assistants to carry out S&L intervention  programmes?

Chatty Therapy provide a team to ensure thatassessment and intervention takes place regularly and effectively so that children at your school make progress and are ready for learning, communication and literacy earlier.

We provide regular weekly intervention and we work with children and staff to support the following difficulties:

  • Attention and listening
  • Understanding language and following instructions
  • Poor vocabulary
  • Limited spoken language or poor grammar
  • Poor speech sound development
  • Stammering
  • Selective mutism
  • Social and communication difficulties

We work in the following way:

  • using formal and informal assessments to identify a child’s needs
  • producing a management plan for working with each child with measurable goals and targets
  • providing a therapy assistant to carry out intervention alongside strategies and advice to staff for individual children and whole classroom approaches
  • providing inset, staff meeting and intervention training for staff where requested

What you get:

  • A speech and language therapist to carry out initial assessments and regular reviews
  • A trained speech and language therapy assistant who will carry out interventions twice per week
  • No waiting lists
  • Quick turnaround of assessments, reports and programmes
  • Supervision and training for staff to help understand the child and the process
  • Increased staff confidence
  • Liaison with NHS Speech and Language Therapists

We are licensed providers for ELKLAN training and ICAN to support schools and nurseries with the accreditation process for becoming ‘Communication Friendly’. We also rovide a full range of ELKLAN training packages and ICAN Early Talkboost, KS1 Talkboost and KS2 Talkboost interventions.

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