Cleft Lip & Palate – The Role of Speech & Language Therapy

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Julie Young, Speech and Language Therapist This presentation was given by Julie Young at an Information Evening organised by the Association in St. James’s Hospital on Tuesday, 24th September, 2002. Julie was at that time a speech and language therapist attached to Temple Street Children’s Hospital, Dublin.

The role of the SLT is vital for a successful outcome to cleft treatment. Julie concentrates on speech and language therapy but also addressed feeding issues, highlighting the role in this respect of the SLT.

The Cleft Lip and Palate Association would like to thank Julie for her presentation and for making it available to the Association.

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