By our own Monique Falzon.
The role of the Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) is to assess, diagnose and provide intervention to a wide range of conditions, including speech sound disorders, language delays, social communication impairments as well as voice and swallowing difficulties. SLPs frequently liaise with other healthcare professionals in the multidisciplinary team. Additionally, intervention programs are tailored according to the clients’ individual needs.
Ms Monique Falzon graduated as a speech and language pathologist from the University of Malta in 2021. Her current clientele comprises of a spectrum of different ages, ranging childhood to senior adults and tackles issues such as dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) as well as speech and language difficulties. Monique strives to help people attain their full potential and achieve their personal goals by using evidence-based practices and a holistic approach.