Emily Kirsop-Taylor is a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist in Neuro-Rehabilitation. She graduated from the University of Manchester with a distinction in clinical practice in 2003.
She has worked in a number of different settings within the NHS and private sector including in-patient acute, in-patient rehabilitation and community rehabilitation (in the client's own home, supported living and nursing homes). She has worked with a wide range of clients with neurological conditions including brain injury, stroke, brain tumours and progressive conditions.
Emily has a special interest in communication difficulties and has extensive experience in working with people with cognitive communication difficulties, aphasia, dysarthria and dyspraxia. She aims for therapy to be relevant and functional. Emily also uses the latest technology in her treatment. She is currently involved in the Eva Park project at City University http://smcse.city.ac.uk/eva/ and will be part of a group of treating therapists who are the first to use and provide feedback on this revolutionary new treatment program.
Emily is fully Dysphagia trained. She is also a certified clinician in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT), a voice/speech treatment technique for adults and with motor speech disorders, specifically Parkinson Disease.
Emily leads a team of fully vetted and experienced Associate Speech and Language Therapists who work with her around the country.
Emily is professional, efficient and a team player. If you would like to find out more please contact us.
Emily is the a Co-Founder of 'The Institute for Speech and Language'.