Dr Caroline Law is the director at Simply Speech. She is registered as a Speech and Language Therapist with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, the Health Care Professions Council and the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice. In addition to her Speech and Language Therapy degree, she also earned a PhD from the Macquarie University, Sydney in the field of Linguistics and a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education. She is a member of The Centre for Language Sciences, an Honorary Associate in Linguistics at Macquarie University and a Senior Lecturer at Plymouth Marjon University.
Caroline has worked in various settings including in NHS, in independent practice in Australia and in the UK and in higher education as senior lecturer and researcher in the fields of psycholinguistics and speech and language sciences. She supervises other speech and language therapists as well as postgraduate students completing Masters and PhD qualifications.
Caroline has worked with children and adults presenting with developmental speech and language disorders, developmental literacy disorders, acquired speech and language disorders, dysphagia, head and neck cancer and ENT disorders. Her research in the areas of literacy and language disorders, psycholinguistics, assessment for acquired brain injury and intervention for acquired brain injury has been published in peer reviewed journals and has been presented at national and international conferences.
She has particular expertise in working with children who have developmental language and literacy disorders, social communication difficulties and acquired neurological disorders.
Rachel Guy is a Speech and Language Therapist who specialises in speech, language and communication disorders in children. She is registered with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and the Health Care Professions Council. She has extensive experience working in child speech and language therapy teams for the NHS and in learning support for private schools. Rachel enjoys working with pre-school children and school age children with speech, language, literacy and social communication difficulties.