Kamini Gadhok is Chief Executive of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists since 2000. Her primary role is to deliver service change by building strong partnerships with key stakeholders across Government, charities, other professional bodies and the Health Professions Council.
Over the years Kamini has been involved in a number of Government initiatives and policy developments. This has included being an adviser to the Bercow review of services for children with SLCN, which continues to inform and impact on key government policies.
During her career as an SLT, Kamini had direct patient care responsibilities and worked with a range of client groups across all ages in hospitals, community health centres special schools and mainstream schools. She also held three roles in Nottingham Community Health NHS Trust: as a locality manager; as locality coordinator for the speech and language therapy services; and as specialist adviser (bilingualism), in leading the development of services for people for whom English is an additional language.
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