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our services

We offer a range of services including therapy provision, consultation, training and assessment.

Please get in touch to find out how we can support you.

Speech and language Therapy - Remarkably Unique

Zeebra Therapy is a neurodiversity specialist service

This means that we are trained and experienced in supporting people who are neurodiverse.

What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity is a concept that recognises and celebrates the diversity of the human brain, and the different ways people may experience and process the world. It suggests that neurological differences, such as those associated with autism, ADHD, and other conditions, such as developmental language disorder (DLD), are natural variations of the human brain rather than defects or disorders that need to be ‘normalised’ or cured.

Zeebra Therapy strives to be a “neurodiversity-affirming” service. This means that we consciously work on taking an active and positive stance towards neurodiversity. Being neurodiversity-affirming means not only recognising the diversity of neurological conditions but also embracing and celebrating this diversity. We aim to provide an environment and therapy practice that supports and values neurodivergent individuals, acknowledging their strengths and contributions.

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Our approach to therapy prioritises the well-being and the personal wishes of our clients. We do this by going on a journey with our clients by helping them build a positive understanding of who they are, supporting them to feel empowered and to help them develop their self-advocacy skills. We also support out clients by being an advocate for them by educating others on how to advocate for and support our clients at home, in education or in the workplace.

We also offer and incorporate a traditional model of therapy for clients who wish for this support. This means we can offer diagnostic assessments and reports which can be used to support clients with accessing additional services or funding for these services, as well as identifying goals and evidence-based therapy interventions to help develop skills or strategies to improve an identified area of need or difficulty.


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Autism and social
communication needs

Autism, also referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterised by a range of characteristics, traits and challenges related to social interaction, communication, and repetitive behaviours. It is called a "spectrum" disorder because it manifests in a variety of ways and to varying degrees of severity.


Selective mutism

Selective mutism is an independent anxiety disorder, often viewed as a "speech phobia." It involves difficulty speaking in specific social situations due to anxiety but doesn't inherently link to other diagnoses like autism. Individuals may speak comfortably in familiar settings when feeling secure and confident.


Gestalt language

Gestalt Language Processing (GLP) isn't a diagnosis but rather a description of atypical language development in children. In contrast to the typical analytic language processing (ALP), where kids progress from babbling to complex sentences, GLP represents a different pattern of language acquisition.


Speech sound
(articulation) difficulties

A speech sound disorder (SSD) is a communication disorder characterised by difficulty in producing speech sounds accurately and intelligibly. This difficulty may involve errors in articulation (the physical production of speech sounds), phonological processes (sound pattern errors), or a combination of both.


Early Childhood Speech
and Language needs

Early childhood is crucial for speech and language development, impacting communication skills, cognitive growth, and future academic success. Identifying and addressing the speech, language, and communication needs of the 1 in 10 children early on significantly improves developmental outcomes.

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EHCP assessments and
Tribunal expert witness reports

EHCP stands for Education, Health, and Care Plan, a vital legal document in the UK detailing the special educational needs (SEN) and necessary support for children or young people. It ensures tailored assistance for those with special educational needs in their educational environments.

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