Spiritual health is part of overall health, but sometimes neglected. People may be put off exploring spirituality if the words or images used seem alien to them. WELLHEAD seeks to overcome this by offering an accessible framework, acceptable from different religious standpoints and worldviews.

The WELLHEAD framework offers a way for exploring, assessing and supporting spiritual health and wellbeing. This can be life-changing in seasons of change, helping to gain awareness and perspective for now and the future.

WELLHEAD was originated by Dr Katharyn Mumby, based on a program of research, from which the WELLHEAD Toolkit emerged.


Wordswell is a group of speech and language therapists dedicated to developing the communication skills of children and adults in the Eastern Region from Downham Market, King’s Lynn, Swaffham and Peterborough to St Neots, Cambridge and Newmarket to Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket with an administrative base in Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Better Conversations with Aphasia

Better Conversations with Aphasia is a free e-learning resource to improve access to conversation therapy for speech and language therapists/pathologists (SLTs), and for people with aphasia (PWA) and their families. Aphasia is a language disorder commonly caused by stroke that affects speaking, listening, reading and writing, and as a result everyday conversations can become difficult.

Afasic Voice for Life

Afasic supports parents of children with speech, language and communication needs.

Afasic has a range of written information and videos about Speech, Language and Communication Needs. We also offer the Afasic Helpline, which is the only helpline that knows enough about SLCN to help you understand your child’s difficulties, what help (s)he needs and how to get it.

The Communication Trust

The Communication Trust is a campaigning voice for children with speech, language and communication needs. It raises awareness, influences policy, promotes best practice among the children’s workforce and commissions work from its members.