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We believe good communication is a vital ingredient to a happy and successful life.

Our services aim to help people develop great speech-language and communication skills to enable learning, independence and well-being.


Communicate Great is an independent speech and language therapy service


Who do Communicate Great work with?

Over 1 million children and young people in the UK have a long-term speech, language or communication need. That’s 2-3 in every classroom (The Communication Trust 2016). Early identification and therapy can help people overcome these difficulties, gain confidence and reach their potential.

Any person can have a speech, language or communication difficulty but some diagnoses place a person at great risk:

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Autism Spectrum Condition

  • Bilingualism

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Down Syndrome

  • Epilepsy

  • Hearing Impairment

  • Language Delay or Disorder

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Specific Language Impairment

  • Stammering

Communication isn't only about speech therefore our speech and language assessment and therapy programmes focus on supporting communication development across a range of skills areas including:

  • Attention and Listening

  • Play and Early Interaction

  • Speech Sound Development

  • Understanding of Language

  • Use of Language

  • Social Communication and interaction

  • Verbal reasoning

  • Emotional Literacy and Regulation

  • Fluency

  • Communicating effectively, at school, work or with friends

We use research-based approaches including:

  • Attention Autism

  • Alternative and Augmentative Communication Systems (AAC)

  • Colourful Semantics

  • Cued Articulation

  • Intensive Interaction

  • Language for Thinking

  • Lego-based Therapy

  • Makaton Signing

  • Parent- Child Interaction Therapy

  • PECS (Picture Exchange Communication Systems)

  • Social Thinking

  • Talkabout

  • Total Communication Approaches

  • Zones of Regulation

We continue to update our knowledge, skills and review new research in order to consistently provide effective therapy.