ABOUT

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Playing with Animals
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Driven by her desire to provide high quality speech and language therapy, Jessica Maye established Mayeham Limited in 2015. Now as a Sole Trader, Jessica continues to remain very passionate about communication and the core principle that everyone has the right to communicate. Jessica strives to ensure every client reaches their full potential. 

Jessica studied at Charles Sturt University, Australia and received a Bachelor's degree in Health Science (Speech Pathology). She moved to United Kingdom in 2012 and has since worked in a number of paediatric settings including complex needs, special schools, early intervention and mainstream. Jessica has vast SLT experience and specialises in the diagnosis and intervention  of children & adolescents aged 2-19 with a range of complex needs (including Autism/Asperger Syndrome, Down's Syndrome, PMLD and Speech & Language delay/disorders). She specialises in Dysphagia and Alternative Augmentative Communication. She has additional training in Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Makaton, Cervical Auscultation- Dysphagia, AAC: Switching skills, Attention Autism, Social Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional Support (SCERTS), ADOS-2, Colourful Semantics, Shape Coding, Story Massage and Aquaepps. 

She is a Hanen 'It Takes two to talk' practitioner and is a Elklan Tutor. She also has completed a course at the University of Reading: Managing People, has additional training in regards to providing clinical supervision. She has recently completed her Master's in Business Administration at Warwick Business School. Her dissertation was an exploratory study of ‘Neurodiversity within the workplace’ which explores strengths and weaknesses of neurodiverse individuals within large corporates which gives an insight to disability and Autism in the working context. This highlighted the importance of outcomes into adulthood. 

 

 Jessica is a registered member of the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT), which is the professional body for Speech and Language Therapists in the UK, and the Association of Speech and Language Therapist in Independent Practice (ASLTIP).