Bristol Speech and Language Therapy Research Unit, BristolRosemarie Hayhow is a senior researcher at the Bristol Speech and Language Therapy Research Unit in the south west of England. She has worked for 40 years in the area of stuttering with children and adults as a clinician, teacher and researcher. She is an advisor to the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and to the British Stammering Association. Rosemarie trained in the Lidcombe Program in Australia in the late 1990s and during the following 12 years used it with many children and their parents in National Health Service clinics. Her PhD explored parents’ experiences of the treatment.
Barts Health NHS Trust; the City Lit and City University, LondonCorinne has been working as a speech-language pathologist since 1988 and chose to specialise in stuttering early on in her career. She has worked with children and adults who stutter in a range of settings in London. Corinne is currently the clinical lead for the Children’s Community Speech and Language Therapy Service in Tower Hamlets, East London. She works as a clinical tutor for the undergraduate training course at City University and as a speech-language pathologist with adults who stutter at City Lit, which is a national specialist centre for stuttering. She received Lidcombe Program training in 2000 and has gained considerable experience in using it with bilingual children and parents.