Our team

Our therapists are registered with HCPC and The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. They are also DBS checked.

Every member of the team has expertise in their own clinical area. If you would like to know more about a team member please contact us for their Curriculum Vitae:

Judith has over 35 years experience of working with adult clients with acquired neurological disorders. She has a specific interest in adult acquired brain injury. Judith started the company over 19 years ago, and now heads the team.

Judith works with children and adults who have complex physical disabilities as a result of medical negligence.

She is a Consultant Dysphagia Practitioner having extensive experience of assessing, treating and managing dysphagia problems in adults with acquired neurological disorders. She runs a regular Videofluoroscopy Clinic at the Spire Hospital in Leeds.

Judith carries out treatment, and produces treating therapist reports and expert witness reports for both Claimant and Defence, required as part of a personal injury claim. In addition, she produces reports for Coroners and the Crown Prosecution Service for the Criminal Courts.

She is a Medico Legal Advisor and Dysphagia Advisor to The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

She has been involved with the local Headway Group for over 20 years and was Chairperson for over 7 years.

Lauren delivers a Speech and Language Therapy Service to clients who require rehabilitation and support following an acquired brain injury.

Her expertise is with adolescents and adults who have sustained a brain injury and who have a personal injury or medical negligence claim.

She combines a personable, dedicated approach to clients, collaborating with clients and their care team to develop client-centred treatment programmes which are tailored to their unique needs. This frequently involves significant liaison with services in a way that empowers teams to deliver services that encourage client's independence.

Lauren has a post graduate qualification in dysphagia.

Honor graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a First Class Honours Degree in Speech and Language Therapy in July 2020.

She has experience in both hospital and community settings, where she developed skills to create person-centred therapy plans, according to the needs and wants of the individual.  Her experiences in Stroke, Progressive diseases and Head and Neck Cancer inspired a keen interest in neurology and Acquired Brain Injury.

Honor is currently working with clients with ABI living in a residential setting, liaising with a variety of professionals to deliver the best possible, holistic care for her clients.

Honor has a post graduate qualification in dysphagia.

Isabel graduated from Birmingham City University with an Honours Degree in Speech and Language Therapy.

She has worked with patients with a variety of diagnoses, including Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness, Locked-In Syndrome, aphasia. apraxia of speech and dysarthria.  She has particular experience in AAC (Augumentative and Alternative Communication) providing a range of strategies and tools to help people who struggle with speech.

Isabel currently works with clients both with acquired brain injury living in residential settings and those involved in personal injury claims.

Emily graduated from The University of Manchester with a First-Class Honours Degree with Clinical Distinction in Speech and Language Therapy in July 2023.

She has a range of experience working with both adults and children in community and clinic settings.  Emily has worked with clients with a variety of diagnoses including aphasia, primary progressive aphasia, dysarthria and apraxia of speech, resulting from either a brain injury, or progressive neurological condition.  These experiences have enabled her to develop a wide range of skills including devising and carrying out person centred assessment and treatment plans.

Emily is currently working in residential units for adults with acquired brain injuries.  Her role involves collaborating with other members of the muti-disciplinary team to ensure clients receive holistic intervention that considers their specific goals.  She is particularly looking forward to continuining to develop her skills and knowledge in relation to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and dysphagia.

Lauren has completed a Master's Degree in Speech and Language Therapy at Manchester Metropolitan University.  She also has an Undergraduate Degree in Linguistics and Communication.

She has experience working with both adolescents and adults in community and acute settings, and has past experience working with brain injury rehabilitation, head and neck cancer and stroke clients.

Lauren currently works with clients with an acquired brain injury living in residential settings.

Dr Bull obtained a BSC in Biochemistry at Cardiff University.  She subsequently undertook biochemistry research at The University of Bristol where she obtained her PhD in Neuro Sciences in 2011.

She provides research, support and advice to the Team.

The team is also supported by Richard Scholefield. Richard is our company Co-Director. He is likely to be your first point of contact with our company.