About Stacey


Stacey has had a range of experience which includes working in both community and hospital settings. She currently works part time in the NHS at The Royal Brompton Hospital where she specialises in children's feeding and swallowing and complex communication problems.

Stacey has a particular interest and highly specialist skills in working with babies and pre school children with language and feeding difficulties as well as children with disabilities including cerebral palsy, syndromes and non-verbal communication.

She works in close liaison with school staff, medical and therapy colleagues in a multidisciplinary way in order to provide the best outcomes for the children in support.

Additonal Achievements

  • Nomination for Speech and Language Therapist of the year
  • Appearance on Teachers TV: Access to the curriculum
  • Appearance in Best Beginnings DVD: Small wonders 
  • Contributor to chapters in the book: "Developing Clinical Skills in Dysphagia" Cook & Harding (2012)
  • Presented at conferences in the UK
  • Published in journals (additonal work currently awaiting publication)