I qualified as a speech and language therapist in 2003 and worked for over 10 years in NHS adult neurology.
Now have my own independent practice (Firleb Therapies) and work 1 day a week with the Charity SayAphasia (www.sayaphasia.org).
I am a core member of the University College London Better Conversations Lab. I am writing up my PhD exploring communication strategy use by people with aphasia in conversation and everyday activities.
Other research projects include a recent grant to run an innovative group “The Art of Conversation with Aphasia” (www.https://conversationwithaphasia.wordpress.com/) blending art with therapy.
I provide communication advice, assessment and therapy for people with aphasia, family and friends.
I like to focus on activities that will make a real difference to your everyday life, and everyday conversations. My goal is to help you live as best you can with aphasia.
I’m based in East Sussex and offer face-to-face or zoom sessions.
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