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Lynne Duckworth BSC Hons,MRCSLT,MASLTIP

I am an Independent Speech and Language Therapist qualifying from De Montfort University Leicester in 2001 with a BSc Honors degree in Speech and Language Therapy.  Since then I have worked for the NHS providing assessment and treatment to children and families from 18 months up to 18 years of age. I work in a number of schools, nurseries and clinics to treat a wide range of Paediatric communication difficulties, including those below;



Speech delay / disorder

Language delay /disorder including Specific Language Impairment  

Cleft Lip and Palate,

Social  Communication / Autistic Spectrum Disorders,

General Developmental Delay

Attention and Listening difficulties



I am committed to my profession and to providing good practice and I regularly attend training courses to further my knowledge. I have previously attended specialist training at the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children, in London  and in the Lidcombe approach to stammering. I jointly led the Dysfluency (stammering) service in previous role within the NHS.


A large part of my work is with clients with speech difficulties and language impairment having had many years experience in these conditions working for the NHS. On-going professional development allows me to provide evidence based treatment within these areas.


I strongly believe in early intervention for all Speech and Language Difficulties.  Noticing a problem early and seeking appropriate advice and support often means it is much easier to make the changes you desire.


I am a member of the Health and Care Professions council no SL07373, Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists no. 14563 the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice no.2251 and have an enhanced CRB check.


Following a house move from Lancashire to East Yorkshire in January 2013 I have set up in independent practice. I aim to combine a friendly, relaxed and fun approach, with my in depth knowledge of communication development and disorders, to help you give your child the communication skills they need for the rest of their life.


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