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Speech and language therapy transforms lives for people of all ages with communication, eating, drinking or swallowing difficulties

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Speech and Language Therapy in numbers

89 %
 
of people with learning difficulties need speech and language therapy intervention.

33 %
 
of people will have some level of communication difficulties (called Aphasia) following a stroke.

40 %
 
of Stroke survivors will initially experience some difficulty swallowing. If left untreated, swallowing difficulties can result in pneumonia, increased hospital admission and lengthier stays in hospital.

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The foremost magazine for speech and language therapists, providing the latest news, features and job opportunities.

The foremost magazine for speech and language therapists, providing the latest news, features and job opportunities.

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RCSLT Research and Development Trustee, Rebecca Palmer looks back on RCSLT Conference 2018 and provides a snapshot of the amazing research ideas that were presented

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