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Rachel is an enthusiastic and experienced speech and language therapist who has studied and worked in the UK. She enjoys working with all children and their families and hopes to help each individual communicate to the best of their ability. Rachel believes that the functionality of language is one of the most important aspects of communication. She trusts that she can support all individuals within this area to allow them to be a strong communicator.

University of Canterbury
PgDIP – Speech and Language Therapy
University of Hertfordshire
BSc, English and Psychology

Rachel Tang

Associate Speech and Language Therapist

Approach & Bio

Rachel has practised as a speech and language therapist in the United Kingdom for 7 years. She has recently started working in our private practice, in schools and provides teletherapy services for some clients.

Rachel is dedicated to working closely with parents, teachers and all individuals that are significant to the child’s life to ensure that everyone is working together to provide a holistic and therapeutic platform to allow for the best outcomes for the child.

Rachel has worked with children with a range of difficulties and diagnosis such as: Receptive language difficulties (understanding of language), Expressive language difficulties (saying words), speech articulation difficulties, Specific Language Impairment, ADHD, Developmental Language Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Rachel has a specific interest and experience with children on the Autism Spectrum.

Areas of expertise

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Receptive and expressive language skills in children of all ages

Social skills

Speech and Language delays