Our Team

Who We Are

About Us

Katie Price

Principal Speech and Language Therapist and Director of The Mosaic Practice

– Having qualified in 2000 from UCL, Katie has extensive experience working as a speech and language therapist with children and young people with profound, sensory and neurological difficulties.

She has worked in a wide variety of special schools, specialist pre-school setting, and hospitals, providing communication and feeding advice to. She works with your family to enable you to be able to communicate with your child or young person in their own unique way.

With experience in working with children with cerebral palsy, brain injury, learning difficulties, ASD, Down Syndrome, rare chromosomal abnormalities and epilepsy, she is able to work with you to ensure your child will be able to use the best method of communication that enhances their strengths and encourages success at every stage of their therapy journey.

Specialist Speech and Language Therapist

Having qualified in 2009 from the University of Newcastle, Hannah brings a
wealth of experience from working in mainstream schools, clinics and nursery
settings where she provided intervention for children with ASD and related
conditions, neurological disorders, Down Syndrome and other genetic
disorders as well as more general developmental delay.

She has provided a
great deal of support to families who have transitioned from mainstream to
special school, or who have been going through a diagnostic process. She
loves coming to work each day knowing that what we do as Speech and
Language Therapists makes a real functional difference to the lives of the
children we work with.

Hannah Heslam

Gaby Vallory

Team Administrator

Gaby plays a vital role within The Mosaic Practice team, helping to create wonderful therapy resources and welcoming new families when they enquire about our services. Having worked in an office for many years when she left college, she became a mum to two girls, and decided she wanted work with children and gained qualifications in Early Years and Special Educational Needs.

When her girls both sadly lost their sight, she moved from mainstream to working within the Visual Impairment Team in Hertfordshire as an Early Years Specialist and worked with Early Years Children who were blind or visually impaired. This led to many experiences with children with complex needs as well as VI and she worked closely with families to support them through the very difficult process of coming to terms with having a child with additional needs. Although now in the office, she still feels passionate about supporting children and families to get the help they need, and for children to be given the support and access to reach their full potential.

Can you see yourself working with us?
If you have a passion for quality care and intervention for complex children, please get in touch. We would love to hear from you as we consider do have roles available as caseloads change.