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We provide speech and language therapy services to adults (eighteen and above), who are registered with a Kingston GP. We see people in their homes, nursing/care homes or in our outpatient clinic at Hollyfield Road. We also provide a service to the inpatient wards at Tolworth and Teddington Memorial Hospitals.

We provide advice, assessment and therapy for:

  • Eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia)
  • Speech difficulties, for example slurred speech (dysarthria) following a stroke or head injury

  • Communication difficulties such as, Primary Progressive Aphasia, difficulties understanding or using language due to stroke or a progressive neurological condition (e.g. Parkinson’s Disease)

If you are experiencing any of the above and would like to see a therapist you can contact the Speech and Language Therapy Team on 020 8274 7058.

For Professionals

To make a referral, please complete the Adult SLT Referral form and email this to Single Point of Access 

Single Point of Access:            0208 274 7088

Single Point of Access fax:      0208 390 6923

Single Point of Access address:

Single Point of Access
Your Healthcare
Hollyfield House
22 Hollyfield Road
Surbiton, KT5 9AL

Patients will be contacted directly with their appointment details either by telephone or letter.

Departmental Information

Team Lead: Natalee le Roux, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist


Hollyfield House
22 Hollyfield Road

Telephone:  0208 274 7058



Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm

Dyscover - a charity providing long-term support and opportunities to people with aphasia and their families.

Connect - information and support for people with aphasia.

Carers Trust - information for carers and stroke survivors about breaks and practical help at home.

Speakability - Information for people with aphasia and their carers.

The Stroke Association - information, support and news from The Stroke Association.


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Primary Progressive Aphasia

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