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Group Speech and Language Therapy - Twinkleboost

Twinkleboost CIC is a not for profit organisation offering evidence based therapy sessions. We provide a comprehensive therapy program which has been developed by a Speech and Language therapist, a Psychologist and a Occupational therapist. 

We have had wonderful success working with High Functioning Trafford, ( a support network for children with high functioning autism, www.hftrafford.co.uk). Go to: http://www.twinkleboost.com/additional-needs.html  to see some quotes from them. 

Sessions are booked in blocks of six weeks, with then a break of six weeks before starting again. The activities are tailored and adapted to meet the needs of the children in the group, and we adapt the sessions through the weeks to support he children's progression. 

 We are a not for profit company, and  are therefore able to provide the low cost of £10 per therapy session delivered by a speech and language therapist.

Who to contact

Telephone
07415 596030
E-mail
info@twinkleboost.org.uk
Website
Twinkleboost
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/TwinkleBoost

Where to go

Name of Venue
Cadishead Community Church
Venue Address
112
Liverpool Road
Salford
Manchester
Postcode
M44 5AN
Venue Notes

As a not for profit organisation we work with venues in the community which allow us to use their premisis free of charge. If you belong to an organisation which would like to provide our sessions, contact us to discuss TwinkleBoost providing sessions at your setting. 

When is it on?

Days & Times
Tuesday afternoons, 3:30 and 4:30

Who is it for?

Supporting People With
Learning disability
Autistic Spectrum
Communication
Physical impairment

How to use this service

Referral Required?
No
Referral Details

Contact us to discuss your childs needs, and to ensure they can access a suitable group. 

Cost Information
The cost is £10 per session booked in blocks of six weeks.

How accessible is this service?

Further Details

TwinkleBoost Extra! groups target;

  • Social Communication
  • Attention and Listening 
  • Language skills
  • Friendship skills
  • Fine and Gross motor skills 

They are suitable for children with a range of additional needs including;

  • Autism 
  • ADHD
  • Dyspraxia 
  • Special Educational Needs 
Last updated date:
23 October 2018

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