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Barnsley Children’s Speech and Language Therapy

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Barnsley children’s speech and language therapy

Service changes due to Covid-19

The Barnsley children’s speech and language therapy service are working differently at the moment due to the Covid-19. We are still working to help children and families who are referred to us. We are still accepting referrals but many of our appointments are now by telephone or video.  We are offering some face to face appointments either in health centres or your child’s setting.  These will be where we need to do some essential work or activities that cannot be done by telehealth.  Other appointments will be by telehealth. 

For further information about appointments see: Appointments during Covid 19

About us

The  Barnsley children’s speech and language therapy team provide services for people in the whole borough of Barnsley. We work with children and young people who have speech, language and communication problems. We also support children and young people with eating and drinking difficulties.

We have a team of speech and language therapists who are based around the local area.  You may hear people refer to a speech and language therapists as a SALTs or SLT.

The team has general and specialist speech and language therapists. There are specialists for:

  • Children who stammer
  • Children with complex special needs
  • Children with eating and drinking difficulties
  • Children with specific speech and language disorder
  • Children who need alternative ways to communicate

Within the team we also have speech and language therapy assistants  who work with children, clerical officers who provide administrative support and clinical managers.

We are based at Kendray hospital but our therapists work from locations throughout the area of Barnsley. See the Contact Us section for information about how to get in touch.






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