Samantha Buck

  • Samantha The Talking HouseI joined The Talking House team in August 2018, following the completion of an MSc at Newcastle University. My interest in speech and language pathology was sparked during my undergraduate studies in Linguistics and since taking the steps to become a Speech and Language Therapist, I haven’t looked back!

    Prior to qualifying as a Speech and Language Therapist, I worked within a mainstream primary school to deliver personalised interventions to children with a range of speech, language and communication needs. During this role, I had the pleasure of working alongside some inspirational teachers and was given a great insight into the need for collaborative working between parents, teaching staff and healthcare professionals.

    During my studies, I was fortunate enough to learn from world-renowned researchers in the field of speech and language pathology and had access to the latest publications and scientific literature. This wealth of knowledge now underpins my clinical decision making and allows me to implement high quality evidence-based interventions, which are individually tailored to suit a child’s needs.

    I strongly believe that what we learn through pleasure, we never forget. At The Talking House, I have the opportunity to ensure that therapy is engaging, motivating and child-centred and I thrive on creating a positive therapeutic experience for both children and their parents.

    I feel truly privileged to work with such a dynamic and supportive team of people, in an environment that fosters creativity and professional development.

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