Claire Leadbeater, MSc SLT, PGDip Autism
Licensed Speech Therapist (CPAM/SPT/007)
1 (345) 929-5122
Claire Leadbeater is a licensed Speech & Language Therapist through the UK’s Health & Care Professions Council and Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. She is also licensed with Cayman’s Health Practice Commission. Claire trained at City University London and was awarded her Master’s degree with merit in 2005.
Claire has established herself as a therapist of high caliber on island for the last three years. She has extensive experience working with children with autism spectrum disorders. For these children and families she has undertaken a wide range of specialist training including the TEACCH Autism Program (https://www.teacch.com); Picture Exchange Communication System – P.E.C.S.; www.pecs.com); Intensive Interaction (http://www.intensiveinteraction.co.uk) for people with significant learning disabilities and/or autism who are still at the early stage of communication; and the Sensory Integration Perspective (http://www.wpspublish.com)
In response to the need of families in Cayman Claire has undertaken specialist training in the treatment of children with apraxia of speech and offers the highest level of PROMPT therapy (the recommended therapy for apraxia of speech) on island. (www.promptinstitute.com).
Other programmes that Claire provides include:
Claire works with Hope Academy children, as well as, other pre-schools and schools. She offers a free 30 minutes consultation.
All appointments are scheduled by the clinician after all intake documents have been submitted. For more information about insurance coverage and getting started, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 769-4673.
Speech and Language Therapy
Individual Session Rates :
30 min - CI$65
45 min -CI$90
60 min - CI$125
Group Session Rates :
30 min - CI$40
45 min - CI$60
60 min - CI$75
Evaluation of Speech Fluency - CI$300
Evaluation of Speech Sound Production - CI$250
Evaluation of Speech and Language Comprehension CI$525
Speech & Language Therapists (SLTs) assess, diagnose and provide therapy & management for children and adults with speech, language, communication or swallowing difficulties. Difficulties in these areas can have an impact on their success in classroom activities, social interaction and friendships, literacy development and self-esteem.
SLTs work with children with difficulties: