Children's Speech and Language Therapy
The Children's Speech and Language Therapy Service supports children in Nottingham city and county. We help children from birth to the end of school.
Children meeting the service entry criteria will receive assessment, diagnosis and support. These are delivered in different places, depending on what your child needs.
The first line of contact with Speech and Language Therapy is usually through the Community Speech and Language Therapy Teams, with access to further support as needed. The service also has Speech and Language Therapists who work across Nottinghamshire to support children with more specific and complex needs, including:
- autistic spectrum disorders
- cleft lip and palate
- hearing impairment
- learning difficulties
- physical difficulties
- pre-school complex needs
- specific language impairment
- stammering (dysfluency)
The Speech and Language Therapy Service will decide whether your child need support from these therapists.
For all these care options the service provides specialist support for children whose first language is not English.
Service opening hours
8:30am – 4:30pm or 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Accessing our services
The service is available to children and young people (0 -18 years) who meet service entry criteria.
Anyone can refer to Speech Language Therapy, as long as they have the parents’ or carers’ consent.
Contact us via the Single Point of Access (SPA) :
Integrated Community Children and Young People’s Healthcare
The Children’s Centre
City Hospital Campus
Telephone: 0300 123 3387