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Stephanie Evans

Type of therapist: Speech and Language Therapy

Location: London

Skills

Articulation and Phonology Attention-related Difficulties (ADD, ADHD) Auditory Processing Disorder Autism Spectrum Behavioural Difficulties Bilingualism Cerebral Palsy Cognitive-Communication Difficulties Down's Syndrome Dyspraxia Language Disorder Learning Disability Medico-Legal (Tribunals) Motor Speech Disorders Selective Mutism Social and Emotional Difficulties

Qualifications

  • I have received the following certified and specialist training: BSc Speech and Language Therapy (10 years)
  • SCERTS (social communication emotional regulation transactional support) framework of intervention (6 years)
  • TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and Communication related handicapped Children) (7 years)
  • Makaton Foundation Stage (8 years)
  • Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme (6 months)
  • Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) (8 years)
  • TOMS (Therapy Outcome Measures)(6 months)
  • First aid trained (1 year)

CV

  • Stephanie has extensive experience working as a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist (SALT) for the NHS, including managing less experienced SALTs and providing training for parents and school staff. Stephanie specialises in working with children between 4- 11 years.
  • Stephanie has particular skills in working with children with language delay/ disorders, Autism, hearing impairment, Down syndrome, learning difficulties, speech difficulties and social, emotional, behavioural needs.
  • Stephanie believes working in partnership with parents/ carers, schools and key individuals in the child’s life is essential in supporting children to make progress towards their communication goals.

Interesting / fun facts

  • I continue to work for the NHS on a part time basis; managing less experienced Speech and Language Therapists, providing training to schools and supporting students with a wide range of communication needs in primary schools across central London. This means that I am kept up to date with the latest in evidence based practice and legislation.
  • In addition to my NHS role, I offer support to families and schools looking for Speech and Language Therapy independently across North London. This means that I can provide quality and personalised therapy without wider service restrictions.