Working with you to make your conversations as successful and meaningful as possible

Communicating well with others is an essential part of everyday life. If you have difficulty talking, understanding, reading or writing then relationships, roles and activities can be challenging and frustrating.

Talk Rehab is a speech and language therapy service, working in the Bristol, Bath and South Wales area, dedicated to improving communication and specialising in working with people with aphasia – a communication problem, which occurs when parts of the brain that contain language are damaged. We also work with people who have difficulties with thinking (cognition) and making speech clear. Research shows that aphasia rehabilitation needs to be intensive and tailored to make the best recovery.

At Talk Rehab, we are committed to providing this level of care. We use teaching and practise strategies to improve speech and language problems, offer education and support to you and your family to have better conversations, suggest computer-based options to improve communication and help you connect with other people with aphasia, through local choirs, conversation groups and support organisations.

Talk Rehab can provide therapy within your home or at a local Bristol clinic.  We also provide sessions over the internet.

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What to Expect

I will chat to you or your family to see if I am the right therapist for you.

If you are already seeing an NHS therapist, that's fine.  We can work together.

We decide what is most important for you (your goals) and work on these areas together.  We will try to re-learn these skills. We may look at ways to get around the problem and also include your family and friends if that is what you want. We will always practise what you have learnt in real situations, if possible.

 

About Claire

Claire

Passionate about speech and language recovery for people with neurological injury

Claire Crew-Gee BA (Hons), MRCSLT, MHCPC

Claire graduated from the University of Reading UK in 1989 with BA (Hons) in Linguistics and Language Pathology. She has worked as a Speech and Language Therapist for over 20 years, helping a wide range of clients, including deaf children, adults with cochlear implants and adults with intellectual disability. She began working with adults with traumatic brain injury in Hamilton, New Zealand, in 2006 and decided immediately to specialise in neurological recovery and rehabilitation. She has extensive experience and training in client-centred rehabilitation and is passionate about maximising speech and language recovery for people with neurological injury.
      

Testimonials

"I feel more at ease now when engaging in conversation...I have had a successful outcome in a short period of time."

Mike, May 2017

"Great central location. Very informative and practical sessions! I have received great benefit and improvement from these sessions." 

Tim, March 2016

Fees

Transparent and competitive fees agreed in advance


Initial assessment:

£85 (1-1½ hours)

Includes case history, formal/informal assessments and brief summary report.

Subsequent sessions/Review appointments:

£70 (1 hour)

Includes therapy, review assessment and brief report (at end of therapy).

Additional services:

Full reports are charged at £70.

If home visits are required outside the local area, there is an extra charge for mileage (£10 per half hour travelled).  For clinic sessions there is an extra charge of £12 per session.

Payment is currently by cash, cheque or online transfer.  You will be provided with an invoice and/or receipt.

 

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