Provision of Speech, Language and Communication Services for primary, secondary schools and nurseries mainly  in Cheshire and Stoke

Founder Trustee and now volunteer at 'Autism Inclusive', a charity run by Autistic/Asperger's adults for mutual support and development of services

Expert witness for SEN Tribunals

Expert Autism Diagnosis
for all ages
Primarily with Axia-ASD Ltd but also independently and in collaboration with other professionals, including use of ADOS-2, ADI-R and
  DISCO diagnostic instruments where appropriate

Local Champion for
The Communication Trust


Expertise For Parents

If you have concerns about your Child . ..
Late Talking

Speech difficulties

Social communication difficulties

Autism / Aspergers

Developmental delay

Lack of progress at school

Hanen 'More Than Words' training for parents of children with social communication difficulties / autism

Contact me, without charge, to discuss
your concerns
Rapid assessment and therapy programme provision

EHCP Reports

Barriers-to-learning analysis

Specialist support for pupils with Autism


   Early Talk Boost (3 & 4 year olds)

   Talk Boost KS1 (4 - 7 year olds)

   Talk Boost KS2 (7 - 11 year olds)

    ELKLAN speech and language
    training for staff

Expertise For Schools and Nurseries
Contact me to discuss a coherant speech and language strategy for school, based on demographic profile and whole school priorities

Develop in-house skills or use our Early Years Practitioners to deliver high impact and evidence based interventions.

Member of The Royal College of Speech and Language

Current enhanced DBS checked

Professional Member of the National Autistic Society

Registered with The Health and Care Professions Council

Member of the Association of Speech and Language
Therapists in Independent Practise

MySpeechTherapy Ltd
Speech and Language Therapy
in the Community

Cheshire - Stoke - Shropshire


David Reiser

B.Sc (Hons) Speech Therapy
PGDip. Autism
I am a member of the Axia-ASD diagnostic team that won the award for 'Outstanding Health Service' at the National Autistic Society's Autism Professionals Conference 2018.