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Speech and Language Dublin was founded by Aoife O’Reilly and specialises in providing a private speech and language therapy service to adults with communication difficulties and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia).  We currently provide our services to clients in the greater Dublin Area from the comfort of the client’s home or care facility.

Speech and Language Dublin’s main aim is to provide a reliable service that can be accessed quickly. We strive to listen to and understand our clients’ needs and goals and to ensure that our clients and their loved ones understand the changes in their communication/swallow. Our top priority is to educate, advise and support our clients and their families in a professional and compassionate way.

Meet Aoife

Aoife is a senior speech and language therapist, who for more than six years has specialised in working with clients with speech, language and swallowing difficulties across hospital, rehabilitation and long-term care settings in Dublin.  Aoife is also passionate about working with clients with progressive neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neuron Disease etc.

Aoife O’Reilly is a Trinity College Dublin graduate with a degree in Clinical Speech and Language Studies. She also achieved a Masters degree in dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) and had published research in this specialist area.

Aoife is a member of the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists (IASLT), the Independent Speech Therapists of Ireland (ISTI), is an LSVT LOUD Certified Clinician and is CORU registered.

Services

Speech and Language Dublin currently provide individualised, evidence-based assessment and intervention services to adults presenting with:

Communication or swallowing difficulties associated with progressive neurological conditions: such as Parkinson’s Disease, Motor Neuron Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Myasthenia Gravis, Myotonic Dystrophy etc.  Aoife is a certified LSVT LOUD clinician.

Communication and swallowing difficulties associated with dementia/Alzheimer’s disease.  Aoife specialises in the education of families and carers to facilitate meaningful communication in people living with dementia through assessment, education and the development of personalised life story books and communication passports.

Communication and swallowing difficulties post stroke or head injury.

New changes in speech, language or swallowing that are causing concern e.g. choking, coughing or spluttering on food/drinks, slurring speech, a quieter voice, difficulty thinking of words, difficulty following instructions etc.

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Speech and Language Dublin
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Aoife
Adults
0879202203
O’Reilly
Dublin (North City), Dublin (City Centre), Dublin (South City), Dublin (West County), Dublin (South County), Wicklow
AAC Information Technology/APPS, CARER TRAINING AND SUPPORT, HEAD INJURY/REHABILITIATION, HOME/NURSING HOME VISITS, SPEECH SOUND ERRORS, STROKE/ speaking, understanding language, eating, SWALLOWING DIFFICULTIES
0879202203
About my practice
Aoife O’Reilly is a Trinity College Dublin graduate with a degree in Clinical Speech and Language Studies. She also achieved a Masters degree in dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) and had published research in this specialist area.

 

Speech and Language Dublin was founded by Aoife O’Reilly and specialises in providing a private speech and language therapy service to adults with communication difficulties and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia).  We currently provide our services to clients in the greater Dublin Area from the comfort of the client’s home or care facility.

Speech and Language Dublin’s main aim is to provide a reliable service that can be accessed quickly. We strive to listen to and understand our clients’ needs and goals and to ensure that our clients and their loved ones understand the changes in their communication/swallow. Our top priority is to educate, advise and support our clients and their families in a professional and compassionate way.

Meet Aoife

Aoife is a senior speech and language therapist, who for more than six years has specialised in working with clients with speech, language and swallowing difficulties across hospital, rehabilitation and long-term care settings in Dublin.  Aoife is also passionate about working with clients with progressive neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neuron Disease etc.

Aoife O’Reilly is a Trinity College Dublin graduate with a degree in Clinical Speech and Language Studies. She also achieved a Masters degree in dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) and had published research in this specialist area.

Aoife is a member of the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists (IASLT), the Independent Speech Therapists of Ireland (ISTI), is an LSVT LOUD Certified Clinician and is CORU registered.

Services

Speech and Language Dublin currently provide individualised, evidence-based assessment and intervention services to adults presenting with:

Communication or swallowing difficulties associated with progressive neurological conditions: such as Parkinson’s Disease, Motor Neuron Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Myasthenia Gravis, Myotonic Dystrophy etc.  Aoife is a certified LSVT LOUD clinician.

Communication and swallowing difficulties associated with dementia/Alzheimer’s disease.  Aoife specialises in the education of families and carers to facilitate meaningful communication in people living with dementia through assessment, education and the development of personalised life story books and communication passports.

Communication and swallowing difficulties post stroke or head injury.

New changes in speech, language or swallowing that are causing concern e.g. choking, coughing or spluttering on food/drinks, slurring speech, a quieter voice, difficulty thinking of words, difficulty following instructions etc.

Aoife is available for appointments on weekday evenings and at weekends. 

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