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We provide assessment, diagnosis, intervention and advice for children with speech, language, communication and feeding/swallowing difficulties.

You can contact us with concerns about children with:

  • Speech sound difficulties
  • Delayed talking
  • Difficulties understanding
  • Stammering
  • Feeding difficulties (chewing and swallowing)
  • Difficulties interacting
  • Word finding difficulties
  • Selective mutism (extreme anxiety speaking to others)
  • Voice difficulties (persistent loss of or croaky voice)
  • Persistently nasal speech

In addition there is some useful advice about many aspects of speech and language for parents and practitioners available here https://www.afasic.org.uk/resources/free-downloads/

Contact us: 

Speech and Language Therapy - Children 

Telephone: 01709 423229 or 423230 

Rotherham Community Health Centre
Greasbrough Road
Rotherham, S60 1RY