Miss Megan Clayton

Miss Megan Clayton

Speech therapy 30038201


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About me

Feeding Specialist Megan Clayton is a Qualified Speech and Language Therapist who graduated at the University of Queensland in Australia in 2005. With over 16 years experience, Megan has worked in a variety of public and private services across the United Kingdom and Australia including acute medical wards, neonatal wards, special care baby units, rehabilitation services and charity organisations. She has worked with children from birth up to 18 years of age with a wide variety of medical conditions or developmental concerns. Primarily services at “Speech and Language Therapy In The City” focus on paediarteic feeding and swallowing difficulties.
Megan has worked hard to establish valuable connections with the wider therapy community across the city and is able to support you beyond the initial speech and language therapy service. “Speech Therapy In The City” is primary a consultancy based service and caters to a variety of needs including overseas patients requiring one off assessments.

Areas of interest

Premature babies with feeding difficulties; Cleft palate; Cerebral palsy; Fussy eating and aversive feeding; Developmental delay;
Downs syndrome and other neurogenetic conditions; Congenital disorders (various); Swallowinging disorder; dysphagia; Delayed progression with textures; bottles feeding; aspiration; tube weaning; tracheostomy; speaking valve; birth to 18years

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