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The Owl Centre

The Owl Centre is a private clinic in Oxfordshire, run by Nicola Lathey, author of the prize-winning and best selling "Small Talk" series of speech-boosting books. It offers Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy (OT), Autism assessments, a number of different psychotherapies to help with behaviour and emotions,…

The Owl Centre is a private clinic in Oxfordshire, run by Nicola Lathey, author of the prize-winning and best selling "Small Talk" series of speech-boosting books. It offers Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy (OT), Autism assessments, a number of different psychotherapies to help with behaviour and emotions, and a number of other services. With sites in 24 other counties in England and Wales, our Oxfordshire site also has access to a number of other types of disciplines and experts.

The Owl Centre's services cover the entire spectrum of issues, ranging from mild, mainstream issues to complex special needs. Both in-house sessions (in three sites in Oxford) and outreach sessions are available. We also provide services to schools, and are focusing on developing a new model of intervention in order to increase the amount of therapy schools receive for greater value for money.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Nicola Lathey
Contact Position
Speech and Language Therapist
Telephone
01242 571883
E-mail
office@theowltherapycentre.co.uk
Website
The Owl Therapy Centre

Where to go

Name
OXSRAD
Address
Marsh Lane
Marston
Oxford
OXFORDSHIRE
Postcode
OX3 0NQ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
Evening and weekend sessions sometimes possible.

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
0 - 18 years old (the latter age limit can be flexible)

Additional Information

Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Disabled children/young people

Supporting people with
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 24/02/2020

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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