Specialist Speech and Language Therapist
Reema Khera graduated from the University of Essex with an MSc in Speech and Language Therapy in 2016.
Throughout her career, she has provided assessment and personalised therapy plans for individuals with acquired neurological and/or progressive neurological
conditions, targeting swallowing impairments and communication difficulties such as aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria and cognitive communication difficulties. Reema has also worked with children who require support with articulation, including motor-speech disorders, language impairments and difficulties with social communication.
Reema’s philosophy is to support clients on their journey, to achieve therapy goals that will have a meaningful impact on their lives. She is able to work collaboratively with her clients, their families and other professionals to deliver person-centred care which is at the heart of
her work. Reema also believes in educating others about speech and language therapy and promoting positive well-being. She has worked in a variety of settings including acute wards, outpatient clinics, in person and virtually. She has recently completed a diploma in Child
Language Development and continues to work in the NHS supporting adults with neurological conditions.
Reema is fluent in Hindi, Punjabi and English.