Children's Speech and Language Therapy - Better Lives Healthy Futures

Children’s Speech and Language Therapy

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Supporting children from birth to adulthood across the district with talking, stammering, understanding, social interaction, eating or drinking.
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Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust (BDCFT) provides Speech and Language Therapy services for children from birth to adulthood across the district. To find out more about the service and how they can support you and your child, please visit their dedicated Speech and Language Therapy pages on the BDCFT website.

You will find:

  • A huge range of resources to support children and young people with speech, language, and communication needs, including videos, leaflets and links to useful websites
  • Advice and resources to support children and young people with drinking and eating difficulties
  • Referral information
  • Information and support for professionals working with children and young people

If you are unsure what to expect and when in terms of your child’s speech and language development, you can use the Ages and Stages Guide to Speech and Language Development to find out more.

You can also visit the website below which provides further information and resources.

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Further information

Speech and Language UK

National charity supporting children with speech, language and communication needs.

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