Sarah graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh with an honours degree in Speech and Language Therapy.

She truly enjoys working with children with speech, language, and communication needs (SLCN). Through clinical placements she has gained a great deal of experience working in several clinical areas such as learning disability, genetic conditions, voice. Sarah has worked across mainstream and special schools, community health centres and hospital wards.

Sarah aims to maximise the communication skills of all children in order to assist them in reaching their full potential. She understands the importance of supporting parents/carers to gain an understanding of communication development to providing specialised individual treatment for children with communication difficulties.

She is committed to providing the most effective and evidence-based services in a friendly and motivating environment enabling the client to engage better in therapy.

Sarah works well as part of a team and appreciates the importance of working in partnership with other professionals and their families and with other professions and agencies.

Sarah firmly believes in adopting a person centred approach when setting goals and targets for therapy. She feels this is the best way to ensure the clients have full control over their therapy and are valued.


Locations I work in

  • London

Age groups I work with:

  • Pre-School
  • School Age
  • Secondary School
  • Young Adults
  • Adults with Learning Disabilities

Client groups I work with:

  • AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) users
  • Acquired brain injury (ABI)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD
  • Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC)
  • Bilingualism
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Children & young adults to 19 yrs
  • Down syndrome
  • Dyspraxia
  • Global Developmental Delay
  • Hearing impairment
  • Language disorder
  • Learning difficulties
  • Learning disability
  • Mainstream schools
  • Social Communication difficulties
  • Speech and language delay/disorder
  • Speech sound difficulties
  • Dysfluency - Stuttering and Cluttering
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Adults with learning difficulties
  • Severe and Complex needs
  • Selective Mutism
  • Multi sensory Impairment
  • AAC users
  • Dysarthria (motor speech difficulties)
  • Aphasia
  • Play schools and Nurseries
  • Genetic disorders
  • Foetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Cognitive Communication Difficulties
  • Special Education Need settings

Clinical approaches I offer:

  • Attention/Listening Activities
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices
  • Communication Passports
  • Core Vocabulary Approach
  • Developing Shared Attention (DSA)
  • Early Intervention
  • Ipad apps
  • Nuffield dyspraxia programme
  • Objects of reference and symbol systems
  • Phonological awareness
  • Picture Exchange Systems (PECS)
  • Pre-teaching vocabulary (and other word-finding approaches)
  • Psycholinguistic framework
  • Semantic links
  • Signing systems
  • Social communication programmes; Talk About, Social Use of
  • Social Communication Strategies
  • Social Skills/ ASD/ Self Esteem/ understanding yourself
  • TEACHH
  • Total Communication Approach
  • Social communication programmes; Talk About
  • Intensive Interaction
  • Talking Mats
  • Derbyshire Language Scheme
  • Makaton
  • Visual Communication strategies
  • Auditory Discrimination Activities
  • Word Finding Approaches
  • Visual commmunication approaches
  • Colourful Semantics