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Get to know your child's speech and language needs by booking an initial online assessment. Choose the type of assessment and let's book it today.

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What’s included in an assessment

Dedicated Speech Therapist

Meet your qualified Speech and Language Therapist, and understand your child's communication needs better.

Clinical Report

Whether it's a mini or full assessment, you'll receive a report including strategies to improve speech and language skills.

A Supportive Environment

From start to beyond, we're here to support you. Have all your questions answered and get peace of mind.

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Create your profile and book a suitable time for you. If you have any questions, contact us today.

Mini Assessment

30 minutes via video call

What you get

Child must be present
Mini report including strategies
Not suitable for EHCP
Book a mini assessment for £30

Full Assessment

45 minutes via video call

What you get

Child must be present
Clinical report for GP/School
Insurance reimburement
Not suitable for EHCP
Book a full assessment for £90

See what our families are saying about us

"We have implemented the feedback from the last week's call and we have seen significant progress with our child's speech since."

H., mother of a 3 year old
based in UK

"I have seen some good progress in her speech language and communication. For the first time she told me her plans with her dad! She’s never done this before."

L., mother of a 4 year old
based in UK

"I loved the assessment - really brilliant exercises that helped hone in on my son’s problem areas.”

G., mother of a 8 year old
based in UK

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Book an online assessment of your choice with one of our speech and language therapists, and get all your questions answered.

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Frequently asked questions

Who is noala?

We’re your go-to online speech and language service for children. Offering tailored therapy plans, created by qualified Speech and Language Therapists to improve your child’s communication skills. We have a network of online Speech and Language Therapists across the UK, available to you.

How long does a therapy plan take to complete?

Every child works at their own pace. On average, it takes a child between 6 to 8 weeks to complete their therapy plan. This can vary, as communication targets may differ. We're here to support you every step of the way.

How does online therapy compare to in-person?

Online therapy is proven effective and is comparable to face-to-face therapy. Early intervention is key and for most, to access face-to-face therapy, waiting lists can be extremely long to start therapy. With noala online therapy, you can start today, by accessing your dedicated Speech and Language Therapist with no waiting time.

Can I get reimbursed by my insurance?

Many UK insurances will reimburse families if they have a clinical report and an invoice. Check with your insurance provider and let us know if we can support you.

Which therapy plans do noala offer?

Our therapy plans are created to foster your child’s first words, through to building functional sentences. Practicing articulation and hearing the difference in similar sounds. You can choose between Communication Boost and Speech Sounds Success.

My child won't sit still. How can I do online therapy?

Your child only needs to be present during their online speech and language assessment. Thereafter, you're weekly online sessions will be between parent or carer, and therapist.

Does my child need to have a disorder to start noala?

No. Our therapy plans can be used for children with a disorder/delay, or if they need an extra little boost in communication skills. For example, to encourage first words or improve articulation with a specific sound.

Who are our speech therapy services for?

Our speech and language services are for children aged 2 years and beyond.

How can I start?

Your first step would be to sign up for free on our portal. Second, you can book your first online session. We’ll assess your child’s speech and language, suggest a therapy plan and set tailored targets. Book via your account.

How long does the program take to complete?

On average, a child progressing through our program will take between 6 to 8 weeks. Not all children are the same, but with the attention from our in-house speech and language professionals, we’ll be able to support and advise throughout.

How does online compare to offline?

Currently, to get access to an in-person speech and language professional, waiting times are a minimum 6-12 months. We can get your child started within a week from initial contact. You will receive same level of care, if not more, and encouragement, whether it be online and offline.

What does my child need to be present for?

Your child will need to be present for their assessment and when practising digital exercises, but it is optional for the introduction call and weekly coaching calls.

Can I get reimbursed by my insurance?

Many UK insurances will reimburse families if they have a clinical report and invoice - please check with your insurance provider and get in touch.

What programs do you currently offer?

We currently have our first program for Developmental Language readily available to start immediately. We'll soon be releasing our second program for common speech sounds which is now open for registration.

Does my child need to have a disorder to take part in the program?

No. If you’re child’s communication is delayed, or there is an aspect of their communication (e.g. social interaction) needing attention, our program can help you incorporate activities and skills into your day-to-day interactions to progress.

Can I still access patient information (e.g. clinical notes) if I terminate my Noala account?

Yes, that is possible! Reach out to us via

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