Steve is a private Speech and Language Therapist who graduated in 2014 and is currently working at a residential brain injury rehabilitation centre (Oakleaf Care). His first degree was in Psychology. He is also a trained teacher and has a Masters in Business Administration.
In 2010, he won the Tavistock Prize for Aphasia with his final year dissertation which used an online site to compare the effectiveness of phonemic and semantic cues on word finding. He is interested in using technology for people with aphasia.
Steve was involved with the early development of primary healthcare systems in the UK and since then has worked within the Pharmaceutical, IT and Telecommunications industry.