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About Lismenary

"You need to see where Elizabeth works, it helped all our stress melt away and we could benefit from her therapy skills."

During the Covid-19  period, all assessment and therapy appointments are available online. Although face-to-face is best, therapy via Zoom is a very close second! Please feel free to get in touch to discuss how screens can enable us to work effectively together. Clients with no underlying health conditions may be seen in the COVID secure clinic. Social distancing, good hand hygiene and a perspex screen enable us to comply with the guidelines. Following an individual risk assessment we decide whether face-to-face or online is most appropriate. 

Under normal circumstances, appointments take place at Lismenary Speech and Language Clinic (LSLC), a private speech and language therapy practice. The building is a beautifully renovated barn, with soft red brick and stone. This unique setting has a reassuring feel of home, which serves instantly to relax people and reduce stress. There is plenty of space for car parking.

Lismenary Speech and Language Clinic

The interior has been converted into a modern purpose-built clinic. Everything is on the same level, with wide doors, a curved passageway and a toilet designed for wheelchair users so they can move around easily. The therapy room is large with under-floor heating, calm décor and no distractions. Next to this is a soundproof observation room with two-way mirror and separate toilet. This set-up ensures an infinitely flexible use of space for individual or group work – carers participating or observing.

LSLC is convenient to reach from anywhere in the East Antrim and North Belfast areas. However I will be happy to offer my services to anyone willing and able to travel! You are welcome to come and have a look around, free of charge. By appointment only. I can travel to visit clients at home/nursing homes. Travel fees apply - details on request. 

Lismenary Speech and Language Clinic
Client Stories
  • “My stroke happened on the 26th January. It was a Sunday morning, and I was at my friend’s house in Belfast. We had gone out the previous night for a friend’s 21st birthday party, and I decided to stay on their sofa like I had done so many times before. I woke up to the sound of my friends chatting in the kitchen. I didn’t feel like anything was wrong. I eventually got up and started walking around. My friends asked me if I was okay. I tried to respond but couldn’t....
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What to Expect

If somebody won’t learn the way we teach, we must teach the way they learn.
I will listen as you describe your worries to me, then I will help you find ways to overcome these problems.

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