Lorna Muir Founder and Director of 'Lorna Muir Speech Therapy'
Lorna graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2004 with Bsc Honours in Psychology and Speech Pathology. Lorna has had extensive experience working across NHS, education and private health sector. Her experience is predominantly with adults and children with acquired neurological communication, cognitive and swallowing difficulties. Throughout her career she has developed specialties in a number of clinical areas including social communication disorders, speech sound disorders, motor speech disorders and stroke rehabilitation.
Lorna established 'Lorna Muir Speech Therapy' in 2018 as an independent speech and language therapist providing support within home environment and educational settings. In August 2020, Lorna opened the clinic in Clarkston, Glasgow.
Nadine Meaklim Speech and Language Therapist
Nadine graduated from Newcastle University in 2016 with a first class honours degree in Speech and Language Sciences (BSc Hon).
Since graduating, Nadine has progressed her career across a variety of settings including NHS and the private sector in the UK and New Zealand. Her career has focused on supporting children with a wide range of speech, language and communication needs, ranging from those with mild to moderate speech and language delay to children with neurodevelopmental disorders, social communication difficulties and speech sound disorders.
Her areas of specialist interest are in supporting children with social communication difficulties, autism and speech sound disorder.
Anabel Vollam Speech and Language Therapist
Anabel graduated from City University in London in 1991 with a first class masters degree in Clinical Communication Studies.
Since graduating she has worked in England, France and Scotland, both with the NHS and in private practice.
Having now been qualified for 30 years Anabel has gained extensive experience of working with both adults and children of all ages, dealing with a wide variety of disorders both acquired and developmental. Anabel considers her approach to therapy as being very pragmatic and functional. She likes to use games and props to make therapy activities and tasks interesting, motivating and fun. Anabel has a large family of her own.
Natasha Sinclair Speech and Language Therapist
Natasha graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a Bachelors of Science in Speech and Language Pathology in 2011.
Since graduating she has worked in a variety of settings including NHS community, charity and private sector.
Natasha has extensive clinical experience with children and adults with learning disabilities and autism, including specialist experience working with individuals with Down's Syndrome.
Her areas of interest include Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), Makaton, complex needs, and speech sound disorders.