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The Specialist NHS Aphasia Clinic has been established to provide therapy and advice to people with aphasia and to speech and language therapists.

Specialist NHS Aphasia Clinic

The Specialist NHS Aphasia Clinic has been established to provide therapy and advice to people with aphasia and to speech and language therapists. The clinic is a partnership between the neurology service, National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and the University College London.

It is coordinated, by:

• Dr Jenny Crinion - Speech and language therapist who specialises in aphasia, and is a Wellcome Senior Clinical Fellow.

• Prof Alexander Leff - Consultant Neurologist who specialises in cognitive and language problems in stroke, dementia and other neurological diseases.

Jenny and Alex are also conducting a number of research projects that aim to further develop our understanding of aphasia and to investigate different assessment and therapy approaches.


Further information

For more details on the clinic and what it can offer you, see:

• People with Aphasia - The clinic offers specialist help, treatment and advice. We also conduct a series of research projects that you may be able to participate in.

• Speech and language therapists - 
The clinic offers specialist help, treatment and advice for SLTs and people with aphasia and conducts a series of research projects that your patient may be able to participate in.

• Other practitioners - The clinic accepts referrals from General Practitioners