Christophora graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a First Class BA Hons degree in Spanish and Linguistics, in 2008, and then went on to study a Postgraduate Diploma in Speech and Language Therapy at City University London, in 2010, which she passed with Merit.
Christophora worked in various NHS Trusts around the Northwest as an Adult Speech and Language Therapist. She worked within hospital and community settings and assessed and treated a variety of speech, language, communication and swallowing difficulties and disorders.
Christophora has been working for KAMCSLT since 2016 and has supported a variety of communication, language and speech delays and disorders, for example, expressive and receptive language difficulties, DLD, speech difficulties, ASC, selective mutism, and children with cochlear implants. Christophora has experience with a variety of therapies for example Lego Therapy, Selective Mutism Small Steps Programme, colourful semantics, Cycles Therapy, social stories, intensive interaction, pictures exchange communication system (PECS) etc,.
Christophora works alongside parents, carers and teachers and delivers assessment and intervention programmes within the clinic, nursery and school settings.
Having had 2 children of her own and seeing them grow and develop and acquire speech and language was a great eye-opening experience and has provided insight to the constant concern parents have for their children’s development be it speech, language, physical, general health and mental wellbeing.