Speech and Language Therapist.
Kim Clarke has had over 25 years' experience working as a Speech & Language Therapist in both clinical and management roles in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Kim has had extensive experience and training in the use of mobile technologies, videoconferencing and telehealth during a professional Speech Pathology leadership role she had in a large state-wide rural health service in South Australia (2011-2017). During her time in Australia, Kim also was invited to sit as an expert advisor on the Australian aphasia best practice statements working party in 2014.
Kim was also previously a clinical advisor for the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) for dysphagia, progressive diseases. As a part of this role, she jointly represented RCSLT in the UK Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party for six years where she contributed to two revisions of the internationally renowned UK Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party Clinical Guidelines for Stroke (2005 - 011). Kim also co-wrote two UK position papers for Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (2005 - 2007) on Videofluoroscopy and the role of Speech and Language Therapy in Critical Care.
In 2017, Kim commenced her private Speech and Language therapy practice and she is looking forward to providing therapy to prospective clients... Kim Clarke is a HCPC registered Speech and Language Therapist. She is a member of the:
- Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (MRCSLT).
- Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent practice (MASLTIP).
- Speech Pathology Australia (MSPA).
- Australian Telehealth Society.
Kim has full UK disclosure barring service clearance and is registered under the UK data protection act.