Mrs Sarah G Haynes

Profession: Speech and language therapist

Registration Number: SL02350

Interim Order: Imposed on 08 Aug 2019

Hearing Type: Interim Order Review

Date and Time of hearing: 10:00 07/11/2019 End: 13:00 07/11/2019

Location: Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service

Panel: Investigating Committee
Outcome: Interim Conditions of Practice

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Order: The Interim Conditions of Practice Order made on 8 August 2019 is varied. The conditions are:

1. You must provide contact details of your employer to the HCPC with 14 days of commencing or resuming employment and allow the HCPC to exchange information with your employer or any contracting body for which you provide speech and language therapy care and services.

2. You must notify the HCPC within 14 days of any new professional appointment you accept and provide the contact details of your new employer of any organisation for which you are contracted to provide speech language therapy care and services.

3. You must inform the HCPC of any complaints or allegations against you within 14 days of being notified of any such matters

4. You must not provide care to patients as a Speech & Language Therapist unless in the presence of another Speech and Language Therapist registered with the HCPC.

5. You must not work in single handed private/independent practice.

a. You must place yourself and remain under the supervision of a workplace clinical supervisor, registered with the HCPC as a Speech & Language Therapist, and supply details of your supervisor to the HCPC within 14 days of commencing or resuming employment as a Speech Language Therapist.

b. You must meet with your clinical supervisor on a weekly basis to review all current patient treatment.

c. You must provide a written report from your clinical supervisor to the HCPC in respect of your clinical practice every two months.

d. You must inform within 14 days the following parties that your registration is subject to the interim conditions listed at (1) to (8) above:

i. any organisation or person employing or contracting with you to undertake speech and language therapy care and services;

ii. any agency you are registered with or apply to be registered with (at the time of application);

iii. any prospective employer (at the time of application).


This order will be reviewed by the Committee no later than 7 February 2020, or earlier if new evidence which is relevant to the order becomes available after it was made.

Right to Apply to the Court:

Under Article 31(12) of the Health and Social Work Professions Order 2001, you may apply to the appropriate court to revoke or vary the conditions imposed.

European alert mechanism:

In accordance with Regulation 67 of the European Union (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations 2015, the HCPC will inform the competent authorities in all other EEA States that your right to practise has been restricted.

You may appeal to the County Court against the HCPC’s decision to do so. Any appeal must be made within 28 days of the date when this notice is served on you. This right of appeal is separate from your right to appeal against the decision and order of the Panel.

Hearing History

History of Hearings for Mrs Sarah G Haynes

Date Panel Hearing type Outcomes / Status
08/09/2020 Investigating Committee Interim Order Review Interim Conditions of Practice
12/06/2020 Investigating Committee Interim Order Review Interim Conditions of Practice
31/01/2020 Investigating Committee Interim Order Review Interim Conditions of Practice
07/11/2019 Investigating Committee Interim Order Review Interim Conditions of Practice
08/08/2019 Investigating Committee Interim Order Application Interim Conditions of Practice
25/05/2017 Investigating committee Interim Order Application No further action