Ms Judith Rogers

Judith Rogers

Judith Rogers

Speech and Language Therapist

Judith qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 1997 and is a specialist in the assessment and treatment of speech, language and swallowing disorders of adults with acquired neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Traumatic Brain Injury. In addition she is a specialist in the treatment of voice disorders. She also treats dysfluency in adults. Judith accepts referrals for assessment reports from case managers and for the preparation of medico-legal reports.

She currently also works in the NHS managing a caseload in the community in south Lincolnshire. Previously she has worked in both acute and community settings in Peterborough and Leicestershire as well as at the Kemsley Brain Injury Unit at St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton.

Judith holds a Certificate to Practise Lee Silverman Voice Therapy – a therapy developed in the United States for voice problems in Parkinson’s Disease, but now proving a very useful therapy for a range of conditions including functional voice disorders.

Before training as a Speech and Language Therapist, Judith held various administrative posts, including co-ordinator of education projects at The Royal Society of Arts, Assistant Clerk to the Cripplegate Foundation in the City of London and PA to the Head Master of Oakham School.

Judith and her husband live in a small village in south Lincolnshire and she enjoys both the peace of the country and the buzz of the city. Judith’s main hobby is church bellringing – where she is a past Bells Master and currently assistant Bells Master at Peterborough Cathedral. It is a hobby which takes Judith and her husband ringing bells all over the world!

Speciality Speech and Language Therapist