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About Me

Dyslexia Speech & Language is a business based in Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK, specialising in providing speech and language services for individuals with dyslexia. I assess and evaluate children's language, learning and literacy difficulties and implement effective interventions for schools and families.


I am Rosa Suárez, an expert in language learningModern Foreign Languages (MFL) teacher and Speech and Language Therapist with postgraduate qualifications in related fields. I provide specialised interventions tailored to each child's specific needs and offers personalised support to schools and families.


My services aim to support and improve communication skills for those affected by dyslexia, as well as address children's challenges in language, learning, reading and writing, providing support and guidance to improve their educational experience.


Contact me today to learn more about how I can help your child.

Qualifications & Experience

I qualified as a teacher in the UK in 2012 and before that I had 7 year’s experience working with people with Special Educational Needs in my native Spain.


For the last 10 years I have been combining direct work and supervision in the areas of language and literacy  intervention, with children with a wide range of needs.




BMedSci in Speech and Language Therapy. The University of Sheffield 2021-24


Postgraduate Certificate in Language and Communication Impairment in Children. The University of Sheffield 2021-21


Posgraduate Certificate in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia). Edge Hill University 2021-22


Associate Membership of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA) and Assessing Practice Certificate (APC)


60 credits in stand alone courses from PDip in Deaf Education. The University of Manchester 2015


PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages, The University of Nottingham 2012


MA in Humanities. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.


BA in Humanities and Media Studies. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid 2005

Language is at the base of reading and writing, and reading and writing also have a crucial impact in language.


One can’t be fully understood without the other.

Rosa Suárez

Speech & Language Therapist

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