Hub – covering: East of England
Box Number 177, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Hills Road
Tel: 01223 349401
Contact: Helen Murphy
Email: [email protected]
Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex.
Individuals who have a severe or complex communication difficulty associated with a range of physical, cognitive, learning or sensory deficits. An individual must understand the purpose of a communication aid, have developed understanding beyond cause and effect and may have experience of using low tech AAC which is insufficient to enable them to realise their communicative potential.
- Assessment and provision of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) solutions (for example electronic communication aids with voice output for people without speech) for individuals that meet the criteria for assessment by a specialised communication hub.
- Support with training and development of local AAC services.
Service Lead (SLT), Deputy Lead Clinician (SLT), Advanced Specialist Speech and Language Therapists, Advisory Teacher, Advanced Specialist Occupational Therapists, Rehabilitation Engineer, Clinical Technicians, Healthcare Scientist, Administrators.
Year set up
CASEE accepts referrals from local therapy teams. Contact us for a copy of our referral form or to enquire regarding potential referrals.