Hannah is a Speech and Language Therapist at the London Children’s Practice. Hannah obtained her degree qualification at Birmingham City University (BCU).
Hannah as experience working with primary and secondary aged children within mainstream schools, Special Education Needs provisions and some preschool clinic work. Hannah has provided intervention therapy for social communication, emotional regulation, stammering, as well as face to face and online therapy for Receptive and Expressive language difficulties and speech sounds. She has provided both school and clinic-based assessments, EHCP reviews and telephone assessments.
Hannah aims to develop her knowledge and specialize in autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and has a keen interest in doing the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) training. She also has a keen interest in stammering.
Hannah has informal training in Makaton and low tech Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).
Hannah is a certified member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy (RCSLT), and is also registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Outside of work Hannah has recently written an article for the Royal Collage of Speech and Language Therapy’s Bulletin, as part of their ‘focus on diversity’ column. Hannah has recently started crocheting. Hannah also played netball at school and in college.