Speech Advance would like to wish all our clients, friends and family a very Happy New Year. We look forward to continuing our journey with existing clients and to meeting new ones and are excited about our new ventures planned in 2019! Happy New Year Everyone!! 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.
Here at Speech Advance we are having a brilliant count down to Christmas! We have worked directly with Santa, have had lots of Christmas themed groups and have made our very own 'We wish you a Merry Christmas' video!! Take a look!! Read more >
Speech Advance had the pleasure of representing The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy (RCSLT) at the UK Stroke Forum at Telford International Centre. Read more >
Speech Advance clinicians were lucky enough to attend a study day at Birmingham Library. It was run by the Central Neuro Clincial Excellence Network and was based on Reading Comprehension and Dysgraphia in adults with acquired neurologcial impairments. So many people we see will report changes and difficulites with their reading and writing and many will have specific aims and targets around these concerns. So it was an amazing opportunity to go to the event and to listen and learn from specialist clinicians. It was such an informative day and we can't wait to put everything we have learnt into practise!! Read more >
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 >