Today Speech Advance spent the day with lecturers at Birmingham City University (BCU) examining first year students completing their OSCE's (Objective Structured Clinical Examinations). As always the lecturers and clinical educators were so welcoming and supportive to us visiting clinicans and to the students, which made the day so enjoyable. These examinations must be so nerve wrecking for the students but we're happy to say that all the students did well! So a massive well done to them all! And to the lecturers for preparing them so well! Read more >
Speech Advance prides itself in providing evidence-based treatment and resources, keeping up-to-date with relevant associations and societies
Resources for therapy are devised and provided, as appropriate, for each individual. These will vary largely between each client depending on their needs, therapy plan and goals agreed.
Where else can I go for information?
There are a variety of charities, associations and societies that offer information and support as well as funding research into specific conditions.
Huge congratulations to Mr and Mrs Goldstraw on their marriage. Mr Goldstraw (aka Ryan) has had speech therapy from Speech Advance for a while now and was able to stand up and do his whole grooms speech! We are beyond proud! Read more >
What a wonderful, busy year we had in 2017! Speech Advanve are so proud of all the achievements made. It was year packed full of variety and we are aiming to make 2018 an even better year...if thats even possible!!!! Read more >
Speech Advance were thrilled to be invited by Parkinson's UK to their local Working Together Event. The events are held twice a year and are a great opportunity to meet, share experiences and knowledge with staff, volunteers and people with Parkinson's within the local area. Read more >
Each day we meet people who have fantastic talents! We really should do a talent show! So lovely to get to know people more and find out these talents. Today we were sent another poem from a Mr Lawrence Kilkenny who has had help with his swallowing and had some LOUD therapy due to his Parkinsons! My favourite line has to be - 'she's quite the best speech therapist around!' (wink!) Have a read...... Read more >