Children's Speech & Language Therapy in Buckinghamshire

News

Our website evaluation – the results are in!

We have been evaluating the use of our website (between November 2014 and December 2015).  Thank you to everyone who filled out the questionnaire which popped up on the website, or at one of our training sessions.  We will be using the results to shape the future developments of the website.  You can read a summary … Read more

Buckinghamshire Remote Therapy Project in the RCSLT Bulletin

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) Bulletin Magazine has this month published an article about our remote therapy project!  The article contains a summary of the project, the findings relating to student’s progress towards their therapy targets, and participant’s views on remote therapy.  Read the full article by Bucks SLT Alys Mathers here: Remote … Read more

Bucks County Council Consulatation

Buckinghamshire County Council, Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group and Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group would like to know what you think about the therapy service your child receives, as part of a consultation being carried out by Buckinghamshire County Council and the NHS organisations that plan and fund local health services.  The consultation is now starting and … Read more

New National SLT Outcome Measures

The Buckinghamshire Speech and Language Therapy Service will be joining a national initiative from the beginning of the Spring Term 2016 to use the Enderby and John, (2015) Therapy Outcome Measures for Rehabilitation Practitioners, TOMs, to evaluate children’s progress in a more holistic, functional way. Over the Spring and Summer Terms 2015, the Buckinghamshire SLT … Read more

New Flexible Service

The Buckinghamshire Speech and Language Therapy Service has introduced a new flexible way of working in order to reflect a child’s individual needs, deliver effective outcomes and allow time for schools to gather evidence of therapy impact. The school will have been provided with a number of SMART targets to work on with the child … Read more

Last updated: 17 May, 2018