The Freeman Speech Practice Limited - Speech Therapy in Solihull, Birmingham, Worcestershire & Warwickshire

Ruth Freeman
Solihull
Speech & Language Therapist

My Work

My name is Ruth. I am an independent Speech & Language Therapist in Solihull, near Birmingham who is passionate about working with people who have communication difficulties as a result of stroke and brain injury. Since qualifying in 1998, I spent almost 20 years within the NHS working with people with neurological diagnoses.

I have a special interest in communication difficulties and their association with the cognitive challenges that can co-occur, such as reduced attention/concentration, memory, problem solving and insight.

I have learned from everyone I have worked with over the years and in 2017 consolidated my experiences with a further period of academic study and achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Neurological Rehabilitation at Coventry University.

I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and am a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) and the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice (ASLTIP).

Ruth Freeman, Solihull Speech Language Therapist
Ruth Freeman, Solihull Speech Language Therapist
Ruth Freeman, Speech Therapist at the rugby

My Life

I was born and raised in Solihull so I am a true local! My friends have always said I can talk for England but I am affectionately known as the ‘agony aunt’ within my circle of friends too.

I love socialising with family and friends. I am a keen watcher of cricket, tennis and rugby but prefer the weather that (usually) accompanies the summer sports!

I have recently discovered Yoga and Pilates which I have found to be great for mind and body as well as providing another great opportunity to meet new people.

I also enjoy cooking, particularly baking treats for family and friends, and I appreciate the importance of being able to share mealtimes with others.

My Work

My name is Ruth. I am an independent Speech & Language Therapist in Solihull, near Birmingham who is passionate about working with people who have communication difficulties as a result of stroke and brain injury. Since qualifying in 1998, I spent almost 20 years within the NHS working with people with neurological diagnoses.

I have a special interest in communication difficulties and their association with the cognitive challenges that can co-occur, such as reduced attention/concentration, memory, problem solving and insight.

I have learned from everyone I have worked with over the years and in 2017 consolidated my experiences with a further period of academic study and achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Neurological Rehabilitation at Coventry University.

I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and am a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) and the Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice (ASLTIP).

Ruth Freeman, Solihull Speech Language Therapist
Ruth Freeman, Solihull Speech Language Therapist

My Life

I was born and raised in Solihull so I am a true local! My friends have always said I can talk for England but I am affectionately known as the ‘agony aunt’ within my circle of friends too.

I love socialising with family and friends. I am a keen watcher of cricket, tennis and rugby but prefer the weather that (usually) accompanies the summer sports!

I have recently discovered Yoga and Pilates which I have found to be great for mind and body as well as providing another great opportunity to meet new people.

I also enjoy cooking, particularly baking treats for family and friends, and I appreciate the importance of being able to share mealtimes with others.

Ruth Freeman, Speech Therapist at the rugby