Speech and language therapists with a specialty in medico-legal work may cover the following situations:
Recognised characteristics of medico-legal work:
Speech and language therapists may be involved with other professionals when they are doing medico-legal work depending on the situation. These may include a psychologist, medical staff, an occupational therapist, education staff, a solicitor, etc. It is likely that an initial assessment will be arranged, followed by submission of a report. Further therapy input may need to be sourced separately.
Some points you may wish to discuss with any therapist you contact:
Last updated: August 8th, 2019