Sensory Processing and Occupational Therapy

Sensory Processing is the way in which the nervous system receives sensory messages and generates them into responses. The senses provide us with information about where our body is in space, how our body is moving, what impact the environment is having on our body, what is happening in the environment and help us in knowing how to effectively respond to task […]

Maeve Ryan joins CAINT Occupational Therapy Department in Naas

Maeve Ryan MSc. BA Mod recently joined CAINT Occupational Therapy department in August 2016. Maeve is currently working at the Naas Speech Therapy Clinic. Before obtaining a Masters in Occupational Therapy from the University of Limerick, Maeve graduated from the Trinity University with an Honours degree in Immunology with Biochemistry in 2012. Maeve previously worked as an Occupational Therapy Assistant in Naas Hospital […]

CAINT expand services to include Occupational Therapy and Psychology Services

CAINT have recently expanded their services to include a range of multidisciplinary services, including occupational therapy, educational psychology and clinical psychology. Occupational Therapy Occupational therapy helps children and adolescents of all abilities to develop the necessary skills to be able to participate fully in daily activities at home and at school. Occupational therapists works with children who have difficulties in daily occupations, […]

Caint Speech Therapy Cork Free Talks

Caint Speech Therapy Cork Free Talks will be taking place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Little Island, Cork on the 22nd June. The first talk will be on the subject of Communication in the Preschool Years 1 – 4 Years from 5 -7 years. This talk will cover; Outline children’s milestones Identifying difficulties in Communication Development. Tips & Strategies The second talk will be […]

Kelly Martin joins Caint Portmarnock Speech Therapy Team

Kelly Martin recently joined the CAINT Speech Therapy Team in February 2016. Kelly is currently working between the Naas and our new Portmarnock Speech Therapy clinic. Our Portmarnock Speech Therapy Clinic opens on the 1st June 2016. Before obtaining a Masters in Speech and Language Therapy from the University of Limerick, Kelly graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology with an Honours degree […]

Cork Speech and Language Therapy Clinic Has Moved

[one_half_alpha]  [/one_half_alpha] [one_half_omega] Our Cork Speech and Language Therapy Clinic opened 3rd October 2014.  We moved to our new clinic in the Acorn Business Campus, Blackrock on the 1st June 2016. The clinic specializes in providing individualized evidence based therapy and assessments for the following conditions; Lisp Cleft Palate Down’s Syndrome Speech Delay Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia Language Delays Specific Language Impairment (SLI) Learning Difficulties […]

Free Workshop in Cork – Speech Language and Communication Difficulties in Primary School Years

Caint Speech Therapy will host a free workshop in the Kingsley Hotel, Victoria Cross, Cork on Monday 30th November. This workshop will be beneficial for teachers, parents and anybody working with primary school aged children. Only a few places are left on this workshop, if you are interested please email admin@speechtherapy.ie to book a place    

Speech Therapy Free Workshops In Nenagh

These talks will be given from Clinic Director of Caint Speech Therapy and Senior Speech and Language Therapist, Catherine Sheahan. Catherine is from Nenagh herself, and would like to offer these talks to parents and teachers in Nenagh and the surrounding areas to celebrate the opening of Caint’s latest speech and language therapy clinic.. The first talk, on Monday the 12th of […]

Caint Speech Therapy Nenagh Clinic

Caint Speech Therapy will open it’s newest clinic at First Floor, Unit 2 Cudville, Nenagh on Monday 13th October. Caint Speech Therapy is run by Catherine Sheahan, a native of Nenagh. Catherine opened her first speech and language therapy clinic in Naas in 2009 and since then has opened clinics in Carlow and Kilkenny. Catherine and her team are recognised for the […]

How can Speech and Language Therapy benefit your child?

Speech and Language Therapy increases; 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.