People with Parkinson’s can find they have problems with the volume and clarity of their speech which can make it difficult for others to understand them.  Clinical guidelines say that people with Parkinson’s should have access to speech and language therapy, and it is recommended this should be provided as soon as possible after diagnosis. A speech and language therapist can provide useful information about possible problems that may occur, how to spot them and what can be done about them. 

Celia Bacon is a Speech and Language Therapist specialising in Parkinson’s and is also a Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT LOUD®) qualified clinician. LSVT is for those with Parkinson’s disease.


Sessions take place on the first Monday of the month at 10am and on the first Tuesday of the month at 3.30pm.


Two sessions via zoom - on the first Monday and first Tuesday of the month.


“There are undoubted benefits from this therapy, and clear encouragement to raise the level and volume of speech / conversation - importantly it encourages interaction between members of the group.”

Mike W.


£2 per session


Tel: 0771 4111685

Email: celia@vox-humana.net


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