Join our speech and language study

Help us change lives by joining our clinical study. You’ll get speech and language therapy completely free.

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How it works


Your child is between 1 and 7. There isn't a previous diagnosis or condition. Such as Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Online assessment & interview

You’ll need a tablet or a laptop/PC for the assessment. Your speech and language professional will review your case history and help you with any concerns or questions you may have.


Weekly check-ins

Your speech and language pro will keep track of your progress and have a chat with you once a week.


Closing interview

At the end of your program, we’ll ask you to have a chat about how it went. We’ll ask you to fill out a questionnaire and tell us about your experience of speech and language therapy.


Review your experience

We’ll ask you to rate your experience in a short survey.


What we know so far

Improved receptive and
expressive language skills

Children going through teletherapy improved their communication skills by expanding their understanding and use of words and sentences

Improved interactions with parents

Parent led speech and language training increased the quality of parent-child interactions

Better educational outcomes

Good communication, language and literacy at a young age have the highest correlation with outcomes in school at seven years

Join our study

You’ll help us change lives. No waiting list and no costs.

Count me in!
Sarah Lyons
Sarah has extensive paediatric therapeutic experience working in schools and early year settings and previously held the position of Chair for the ASLTIP.
Sharon Baum
Based in New York, Sharon has experience working with children across a range of communication difficulties, with a focus on collaborative practice.
Chloe Crudgington
Chloe has a range of experience working with children aged 3-16 in nurseries and schools. Chloe is great at empowering both parents and children to achieve their full potential.
Debbie Cohen
Debbie has over 12 years of experience working with nursery age children and has a passion for helping individuals with social, language and speech sound difficulties.

Meet our clinical team

Our programs are put together by our in-house Clinical team. With over 30 years experience combined, they're experts at levelling up communication skills.

Frequently asked questions

Who is eligible for the study?

Families with a child aged 1 to 7 without a previous diagnosis or condition (Such as Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD))

What is the duration of an asssessment?

45 Minutes

Do I need anything to prep before an assessment?

Your computer or tablet, and a few toys next to you. It would be ideal to tune in to the online assessment session in a quiet room, away from others and distractions.

How long does it take after the assessment to get it?

We aim to get the assessment report back to you within 1 week.

What clinical exercises do noala use?

That depends on the type of assessment needed. For speech, we use the CLEAR assessment and for language we use RAPT. Your noala professional will also assess

Have more questions?

Contact us here so we can help.

What our customers say

"It was great that we were able to choose a convenient time for the appointment and do it at home in an environment where my son is comfortable.”

Essex, UK

"I would often hear “tractor” and “door” shouted across the room. It is a good way of the child visually learning and practising the words and how they feel to say. Through Noala Hub, with each of the 6 sessions, you get access to flash cards for different categories."

Sonia Constant, mum of 2.
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

“This platform supports the speech & language therapist community holistically - the therapists themselves and the children who need support.”

Community at MumAbroad
Spain, Italy, France, Germany (Europe)

“As a parent I believe that speech therapy needs to be accessible to all families and that earlyidentification and intervention is key. Making Speech Therapy accessible is at the core of the exciting new digital platform, Noala Hub. Their in-house Speech Therapy team guides families to support their child’s communication needs, practising at their own pace and accessing online activities as needed.”

Sarah Moriarty, mum of 1.