Emily Kent

Type of therapist: Speech and Language Therapy

Location: West Yorkshire


Acquired Brain Injury Articulation and Phonology Cognitive-Communication Difficulties Dysphagia Eating and Drinking Swallowing Voice Stroke Aphasia Language Disorder


  • BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy, 2:1, University of Manchester (2020)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Psychology of Education, Pass, University of Manchester (2014)
  • Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, Pass (2007)


  • NHS North Lincolnshire and Goole: I began working for this trust in a split post across paediatric and adult services in April 2020. In paediatrics I gained experience in early language development, speech sound disorders, developmental language disorder, and autism, working both face to face and in teletherapy. Working first in a specialist neurorehabilitation centre in later in a stroke service I have worked with acquired speech, language and swallowing disorders, including dysarthria, aphasia, dysphagia and dysphonia.

Interesting / fun facts

  • I play a sweet potato shaped instrument called the ocarina (not well!)
  • I love dogs. Especially my own!
  • I love tapestry, reading and travel.

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