Speech and Language Therapy - South Devon and Online

NEW: Face to Face speech and language therapy is becoming available which will follow government guidelines and will include an individual client risk assessment.

There is a continuing option for online speech and language therapy. National guidelines recommend this option if at all possible as it involves no risk of infection from Covid 19.

Speech and Language Therapy for children of all ages. 

Welcome to Toddler2Teen speech and language therapy which provides a service to children of all ages in Torquay, Exeter, Teignmouth and the surrounding areas. Jenny Roder is a registered BUPA provider.

Online speech and language therapy available throughout the UK now and beyond the time of the Covid-19 outbreak. Toddler2Teen has invested in training in the online Teletherapy approach and will continue to offer this option. Click on the speech and language therapy tab above for more information.

Speech and language therapy can be arranged at your child’s nursery, at their school or in their home. Clinic sessions are also available on an appointment basis at Momentum Clinic in Newton Abbot and also in Shaldon.

Jenny Roder has over 30 years of experience specialising in working with children who have speech and/or language difficulties. Your child will receive the benefit of my experience of delivering thousands of therapy sessions to effectively assess and design a unique therapy programme to develop your child's skills. The advantage of engaging an experienced therapist is unquantifiable, as my knowledge base is extensive. My creativity in meeting your child's needs is based upon the successful interventions completed with hundreds of children across my career.

“I am committed to enabling your child to reach their optimum communication potential, whether that is to achieve clearer speech, to understand more complex language at school or to interact more effectively with the people around them.”

I am a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and a member of the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice. I am registered with HCPC and have an Enhanced DBS check. I complete regular research into new approaches and invest in training to further enhance my therapeutic skills.

During my career, I have been the head of a school therapy department and have co-ordinated a city wide service for children with developmental language disorder within the NHS. I have completed research into the links between literacy development, rhyme and language development and have co-written a published an article about this in the Reading Research journal. I have a further qualification in dyslexia having a Certificate in Education specialising in Specific Learning Difficulties. 

Find out more about my qualifications and experience by following this link.