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Natasha Wetton Speech and Language Therapist

Natasha is a Speech & Language Therapist who graduated from the University of Manchester in 2018. Natasha is registered with HCPC and RCSLT. Since graduating, Natasha has been supporting children aged 0-18 years with speech, language & communication needs, and loves being able to make a meaningful difference to the lives of those she works with. During her career, Natasha has worked in the NHS and private practice, and in a range of settings including clinics and schools.

Natasha is experienced in assessing, creating support plans, and conducting therapy to treat a wide range of communication needs. These include speech sounds, language, social, stammering, and selective mutism. Natasha is passionate about being able to support children with different needs, and seeing their confidence and skills grow. Natasha is particularly interested in supporting children with speech sound and dysfluency needs.

Within her role, Natasha enjoys being able to empower and educate parents and school staff through training, and increase their confidence supporting children with speech, language & communication needs. Also, Natasha regularly accesses professional development, to ensure she can provide the best care possible for the children and families she works with.

Aside from working with children, Natasha also volunteered with the trans community, children with autism, children with SEMH, and stroke survivors.


BSc Speech & Language Therapy (Hons) - University of Manchester

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I am friendly, forward thinking and hardworking therapist, who strives to provide high quality, evidence-based, compassionate care for the children I support and work with.

Natasha Wetton

Natasha's specialities

I am particularly interested in Speech Sound Disorder, Bilingualism, Developmental Language Disorder, and Stammering

Professional memberships

Natasha works in accordance to the professional and ethical guidelines set by the HCPC and RCSLT.

  • Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT)
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July 2018



November 2018-September 2019

Worked in Blackpool NHS


September 2019

Began at SLT For Kids


What inspired you to become a Paediatric Speech and Language Therapist?

I was looking for a career where I could make a meaningful difference to other people’s lives. There is nothing more rewarding. I also loved science, languages and being creative, and really enjoyed volunteering with children and adults with social/ communication needs. Therefore Speech & Language Therapy seemed like a perfect fit!

What additional training do you have?

I don’t have any additional qualifications, but I access a lot of CPD to make sure I am always delivering the best care to the children, families and school I work with

Is there a speech, language, communication or swallowing condition you enjoy working with the most?

I love working with a wide range of Speech & Language needs, and being able to develop skills in a wider range of areas. However, I particularly enjoy working with children who need help with their speech sounds, or stammering. I love seeing the children grow in confidence, and seeing how this makes such a difference to their lives.

What do you like doing in your spare time?

I enjoy creating artwork, reading lots (and lots) of books, playing Korfball, and I’m trying to teach myself how to play the keyboard

What is your favourite thing about being a speech and language therapist with SLT for Kids?

I love working in our amazing schools, and I also love working with our absolutely fabulous SLT For Kids team. It is a true privilege to work with such a talented, caring, supportive group of therapists.

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