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isletalk is a Community Interest Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales No.10192771

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May 20, 2016

Isletalk has been given a Kickstart! Well a CIC start...

Isletalk has had an upgrade... It is now offically a 'not for profit' Community Interest Company Limited by Guarantee, which means that all of our income must be used to deliver services for the community, rather than for profit.  We think this is awesome news and will allow us to secure support to provide a range of partialy funded and free services to our community.

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How? does isletalk work

As a Community Interest Social Enterprise, our income can only be used to provide our services to the community, "not for profit", we constantly seek funding to deliver free and partially funded workshops, training and therapy as well as to keep our general fees as low as possible.  As a CIC we are required by law to have transparent accounts and intentions which we are required to publish once a year through companies house.  You can trust us, is basically what we're getting at.

What? support can isletalk provide

When? will isletalk have time to help me

Who? is isletalk

                           was formed in 2016 by Becky Revert, it's ambition is to deliver an accessible Specialised Speech,Language and Communication therapy service to the Isle of Wight and surrounding areas. It is aimed at children and young adults, their families and the professionals they meet day to day.

As Director of Professional Services, Becky, a specialist peadiatric Speech Therapist is firmly at the helm.  With 14 years experience, including four years running all of the public SLCT services on the Isle of Wight.

Overseeing caseloads approaching 1300 children has given Becky an insight into the her profession that informs her long held passionate, inspired and inspiring approach to children's communication. AND HOW IMPORTANT THIS IS AS CHILDREN ACCESS EDUCATION AND PROG

MORE ACCESS TO HER PROFESSION PER POUND

This is at the centre of Isletalk's ethos.

Background

 

As a young parent I became fascinated by how my child learned to communicate, with me, and with everyone else she met.  Long before words came, I loved to watch her facial expressions, sounds and gestures developing in order to tell me something, whether it was hunger, something new she had seen, or to tell me that the cat looked beautiful painted in yoghurt! 

 

Inspired by Speech and Language Therapy as a profession, I went on to study Human Communication at DeMontfort University, graduating with honours in 2002.  

 

I started work as a Speech and Language Therapist with the NHS in 2003, and after experiencing the full range of children’s communication needs and their provision, in 2012 I became Principal therapist managing the whole Isle of Wight caseload for the NHS and the Local Council.  I set up in independent practice in 2015 following that role and am excited about being able to offer my advice or services to the people who need it. 

Approach

 

"Communication and language skills are vital for learning, socialising and expressing emotions and ideas."

 

Modern studies show  that  these  skills  develop  best through everyday interactions with the people in our lives and that focusing on those around a child with difficulties, a holistic approach, is the ideal approach.  

 

My career  has  been  spent  helping  parents  and professionals learn how to adapt their communication style for the benefit of all children, to improve their speech and language skills and most importantly, build their confidence to communicate with the wider world.

 

I've found that in many situations, particularly with young children, parents and carers just need some words of wisdom to feel confident that they are doing the right things.  Some children however, do need some extra help in the form of therapy and I am able to advise if specialist intervention would be beneficial, provide it if required, or help you to access the free services available on the Island.

 

If you feel I can help you, your child or a child you work with,  please contact me for friendly advice via email or by phone. You can read more about the services I provide, find my favourite resources and contact form on the rest of the site.

 

 

Becky Revert