Caint Speech Therapy Kilkenny

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13 Upper Patrick Street

056 7777453

Caint Speech Therapy New Clinics

Caint Speech Therapy are opening new

clinics in Cork, Kilkenny and Portmarnock.

For enquiries call 085 8673097 or email

Carlow Gateway Business Centre

Caint Speech Therapy Clinic

Call 045-883084

We are open in Carlow.

Do I need

Call 045-883084

Speech Therapy?

Or 056-7777453


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with one

of our Speech

Therapists today.

Or 056-7777453

Brian Cody opens Caint Kilkenny

Speech and Language Clinic

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Common Client Groups
- Speech Delay - Specific Language Impairment - Autism Spectrum Disorder-ADHD - Dyslexia - Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia - Learning Disability - Lisp - Childhood Development - Aphasia - Dysphagia - Stuttering/Stammering - ADD

Benefits of Speech and Language Therapy

  • Intelligible Speech - so your child is understood by others
  • Improvement in ability to understand and express thoughts, ideas and feelings.
  • Confidence and Self Esteem
  • School readiness skills
  • Independence
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Social awareness and development
  • Ability to make friends

CAINT Speech Therapy

CAINT is recognised nationwide as a leader in the provision of Speech and Language Therapy in Ireland. We use only evidence based therapy techniques and ensuring that the client receives the best therapy in a caring and professional environment.

CAINT's reputation for delivery of a highly professional and individualised therapy, enabling all client groups maximise their speech, language and communication potential has quickly spread.
CAINT is a trusted partner of organisations that provide Multi Disciplinary Assessments for children and organisations that provide assessments and therapy in schools. CAINT also has extensive experience in working with clients with Downs Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder.


  • Specialist in Child Speech Disorders
  • Lecturer at University of Limerick
  • Individualised therapy - designed to meet each clients needs
  • Regularly monitor to ensure clients are making maximum progress
  • Collaborate with parents, schools and other professionals
  • Therapists attend regular training to ensure best evidence based practices are used
  • Prompt appointments available - no long waiting lists

Speech/ Language/ Communication – What is the difference?

Speech (Articulation, Phonology)

Speech and Language Therapists assess the clients ability to

  • Produce individual sounds and sound patterns in his/her language, i.e. How speech sounds.


Speech and Language Therapists assess the clients ability to

  • Understand what words mean.
  • How to make new words.
  • How to put words together.
  • Follow instructions.
  • Narrative skills – telling and understanding stories.


The Speech and Language Therapists work in this area encompasses

  • Speech.
  • Gesture
  • Facial Expression.
  • Eye contact.
  • Improving interaction with others.