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Who are noala?

For unsupported carers and therapists who'll do anything to help children find their voice, noala is an accessible, clinically backed standard of speech and language therapy. We offer digital exercises and helpful video tips, reviewed by our in-house professionals. Weekly coaching calls with a pro makes hitting tailored targets possible. It’s parent led therapy, all in a place where your child feels comfortable.

How long does a program take to complete?

On average, it takes a child between 6 to 8 weeks. Every child is unique, and so are the targets we set for them - so this figure can vary. Don’t worry though, we’re with you every step of the way.

How does online compare to in-person?

To get access to an in-person speech and language professional waiting times are pretty long. With our programs, you can start today. Thankfully, parent led online therapy has the same (and sometimes higher!) success rates. Find out more here.

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 an invoice. Check with your insurance provider and let us know if we can help.

What programs does noala offer?

Right now we offer two programs; Communication Boost and Speech Sounds Success.

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

No. If your child’s communication is delayed, or they need a little push in a specific area, our programs for you.

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

Yes, that is possible Reach out to us at and we'll do the rest.

Who is the communication boost program intended for?

Our communication boost program is intended for children aged 1 to 7. This is an average age, however, in some cases, we offer our program to children outside of these age groups. This is dependent on where each child is in their communication journey and the clinical recommendation of our qualified Speech and Language Therapists.

Have more questions?

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