The speech therapy team from Salisbury District Hospital have written up their years of experience and knowledge into a handbook for families across the country.
The book draws on expert knowledge and provides advice for families and teachers on how to help their child with cleft lip and palate speech disorders.
Speech therapist Ginette Phippen, the brainchild behind the book, said: “The regional Spires Cleft Centre based in Salisbury and Oxford is one of 10 specialist centres in the country.
"The centre provides specialist treatment to around 100 new babies a year and overtime we’ve built up a wide range of knowledge which has informed clinical practice across the country.
"The aim of the book was to pool all our experience and expertise with best practice from other centres across the country and collate this in one easy-to-use handbook.”
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