Ms Caroline Hattee

Caroline Hattee

Caroline Hattee

Speech and Language Pathology and Therapeutics

Caroline Hattee graduated in 1994 with a first class honours degree in Speech and Language Pathology and Therapeutics. Since qualifying she has gained clinical experience in a wide range of health and education settings in both the UK including Great Ormond Street Hospital and New Zealand.

At present Caroline manages her time between the NHS (Addenbrookes Hospital) and her BUPA / AXA registered private practice. She specialises in speech problems and is experienced in speech and language delay and disorder. She holds a specialist caseload working with patients with cleft lip and palate and velopharyngeal dysfunction. She is currently undertaking a post graduate certificate in cleft. She is also a specialist in treating patients with Down Syndrome and currently runs monthly groups for a local charity.

In addition to her clinical role, Caroline has taught both undergraduates and post graduates. She has undertaken research as part of a multidisciplinary team and within her speciality area; and presented her research at both national and international level. She also provides training related to communication development to teachers, parents and healthcare professionals.

Caroline lives in Rutland with her husband and two young children. Her interests include running, having completed a number of Marathons, and she recently completed her first half Ironman for charity. The family love to cycle in the fantastic scenery around Rutland.

Speciality Speech and Language Pathology and Therapeutics