Adult speech and language therapy (SALT)
The adult speech and language therapy (SALT) service support clients with acquired communication and swallowing difficulties. This may include those with stroke, brain injury, acquired progressive disorders, head and neck cancers, dementia, voice disorders. It offers assessment, specific advice and targeted therapy tailored to the client's needs. Therapy, if appropriate, may be offered in a one-to-one session, on a group basis or by training carers to support clients.
The team works closely with carers and other staff groups, such as doctors, occupational therapists, nurses and dieticians, offering assessment and advice.
Contact our service in Havering
Adult speech and language therapy (SALT) service
South Hornchurch Health Centre
106 Southend Road
Harold Hill Health Centre
Tel: 0300 300 1688
Fax: 01708 576508
Opening times: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm
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Please email - firstname.lastname@example.org. Clients with swallowing problems require medical, senior health professional or nursing referral. Voice clients must see an ear, nose and throat consultant prior to an appointment with the speech and language therapist. Clients with other communication difficulties can be referred by GP, consultant, member of their medical team, or by self-referral. Please refer to the For clinicians page for more information.