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Miss Megan Lewis

Miss Megan Lewis

Member since: 17/03/2020

Megan has been practising as a speech and language therapist since 2016, after qualifying from University of Greenwich in 2015. Megan has experience working with both adults and children, and her most recent experience includes working with primary aged children in mainstream schools and carrying out early years assessments. Megan’s experience includes assessing children for Education and Health Care Plans, and training education staff to carry out therapy programmes and group interventions.

Megan has experience using the following evidence based therapy approaches:

  • Colourful semantics
  • See and Learn (for Down’s Syndrome)
  • Lego therapy
  • Language for Thinking
  • Social thinking such as social stories, comic strip conversations
  • Attention Autism
  • Emotional regulation strategies i.e. ‘Zones of Regulation’
  • Augmentative and alternative communication systems such as Makaton, visual symbols, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).

Megan believes that children learn best when they are having fun, so she endeavours to make therapy sessions fun and creative and tailored to the interests of the child. Megan also believes that building self-esteem and confidence should be at the forefront of children’s learning, and this ethos forms the core of her therapy approach.

Megan is committed to continuing professional development and has completed CPD on dysphagia (with Maggie Lee Huckabee), assessing and teaching social skills (with Alex Kelly), and working with bilingual children.

Megan is a certified member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

Conditions treated
  • Acquired brain injury (including stroke)
  • Adult language (incl aphasia)
  • Articulation and phonology
  • Early childhood language development
  • Language disorder
  • Mainstream Schools
  • Play skills
  • Stroke
  • Telehealth/provision of services online
Age ranges treated
  • Adult
  • Newborn
  • Preschool
  • Primary School

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ASLTIP’s membership has been growing rapidly since 1989. We are a support organisation run by our members. The executive board is always grateful for new members and new ideas.

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