independent speech and language therapy service Based in Maldon (Essex)

Does your child have difficulties with:

    • saying words clearly?
    • talking in full sentences?
    • concentrating and listening to instructions?
    • making themselves understood?
    • speaking fluently?
    • finding the right words?
    • making friends?
    • coping in social environments?

If you have any concerns about your child’s speech or language, please contact us for a free telephone consultation.



We help families by providing assessment and therapy sessions that you don’t have to wait for.


We support children in schools by providing assessment, therapy and training to staff, with ongoing support and advice.


We create training packages suitable to education staff and parents, and deliver them at a time and location suitable to you.

Helping your child find their voice

Speech Therapy Maldon specialises in supporting children with a key aspect of their development – their communication.

We work with children, parents and schools with a variety of situations. From Autism to stammering, assessments and reports, therapy and staff training, 

If you want to discuss your child’s speech and language development, and discover how we can work together, please contact us.



  • “Beth is fun and enthusiastic. My son loved her!” – Debbie, parent

  • “The work Beth did with our daughter really made a difference with her speech” Michelle, parent

  • “Thank you so much for all your help and support with T. He has come on leaps and bounds in the past few months and I believe that your speech sessions have played a big part in the improvements we have seen” Mrs B, Parent.

  • “We love Beth coming in to school. She is so thorough with her assessments and supports teachers, LSAs and the inclusion Manager to improve how we support our children in school. Beth’s manner shows that she is friendly to the students and approachable to staff, making her an amazing, valuable resource for our school.” SENCO, Junior School


Contact details

Unit 15, Bentalls Shopping Centre

Telephone: 01621 853213 

Mobile: 07505 201894


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School's out but we're still working hard in clinic. We have a few appointments left in August for assessment and therapy sessions. Contact us via the website ... See MoreSee Less

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School holidays offer lots of opportunity to expand children's communication. Think of a place that you plan to visit and come up with three new words to learn. If it's the zoo, talk about 'habitat', 'explore' and 'patterns'. Have fun! ~ Joanne ... See MoreSee Less

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