I’m Chris Wade and I’m a Consultant Speech and Language Therapist based in Caerphilly, South Wales, but covering the whole of the UK. I live at home with my wife Nia; four small children and our Cockerpoo Dixie. Myself and my team specialise in providing assessments for Educational Health Care Plan appeals.



As a Consultant Speech and Language Therapist and experienced Expert Witness I specialise in thorough assessments of children whose parents are appealing Local Authority SEN / EHCP decisions with regards to Speech and Language Therapy and school placements.

SEN Appeal Assessments

I am experienced in delivering bespoke, engaging, training on a range of subjects within Speech and Language Therapy…

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Online Speech Therapy

For the past decade I have provided Speech and Language Therapy to children, and support to their parents, via online platforms such as Skype.

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Communication Boost

Is your child under the care of a Speech and Language Therapy service but you’re looking for practical tips and resources to boost their communication skills at home?

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Child Development Videos

In order to identify atypical (disordered or delayed) Speech, Language and Communication skills we must first know what typical development looks like.

Latest News

Strong Female Character Review

‘If you’ve ever been on a night out where you got blackout drunk and have laughed the next day as your friends tell you all the stupid stuff you said, that’s what being autistic feels like for me: one long blackout night of drinking, except there’s no socially...

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In-house Speech Therapy

I often get asked “What are the benefits of an in-house Speech Therapy Team?” Over the past 16 years as a qualified Speech and Language Therapist I have had the pleasure to work in a variety of settings across the world. Location wise I’ve worked in: The UK Across the...

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Autism diagnosis in girls and women

The most up-to-date statistics tell us that Autism is approximately three times more common in males than females but this statistic is constantly changing, with the ratio appearing to even-out over time. More women and girls than ever before are being diagnosed with...

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