Frequently Asked Questions

We are located in West Yorkshire. Usually, our travel time is no further than two hours each way. However, greater distances can be negotiated on an individual basis.

We offer treatment in a variety of settings, including home visits, care homes and day centres

Other settings can be considered, such as in hospital with other consultants present, or you may prefer to be seen at our clinic.

When you contact us to discuss your requirements we will offer you the first available appointment that is mutually convenient. This is usually within a week.

We tailor our treatment to suit your needs and requirements and agree the full cost of any appointment with you prior to a session taking place.

Following an initial assessment, we will provide you with a clear idea of the number of sessions and likely costs involved.

An initial assessment will usually cost more than a therapy session as this appointment is often longer and may also include a report.

There will also be a difference in cost between a home visit and a session taking place at our clinics.

Fees do vary between independent practitioners depending upon the experience and expertise of the practitioner.

More guidance regarding fees for independent speech and language therapy can be found on The ASLTIP website.

Yes, Speech and Language Therapy is usually covered by private medical insurance and Rose Speech Therapy is registered with the main medical insurers.

We recommend that check the specifics of your policy and contact your insurer to check your level of cover before making an appointed.

Rose Speech Therapy can shape its services around treatment already being provided.

There are specific guidelines requiring independent and NHS Speech and Language Therapists to liaise when working with a client.

The guidelines from the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists require all Speech and Language Therapists to share information and avoid duplication.

You can combine independent speech therapy with your NHS treatment.

Before any confidential information can be shared, each therapist will need your consent.

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