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Communicating about communication

Candice Lazarus and Helen Kirk look at the role of speech and language therapists in child mental health

SLCN: the biggest SEN you’ve never heard of

Theresa Redmond outlines some of the main issues affecting children with speech, language and communication needs

Shout out for communication

Chris Hall reviews the Awards celebrating best practice in speech, language and communication

Gareth Gates to host Shine a Light Awards

The singer and performer Gareth Gates (pictured) has been unveiled as the host of the 2017 Shine a Light Awards, taking place in London...

Working backwards

Finding the right assistive solutions for those with CP should start with what they want to achieve, write Helen Cronshaw and Hannah Golding

Routine communication

Empowering parents is key to helping pre-school children with ASD develop their communication, write Libby Hill and Natasha Hallam

Awards for best practice in SLCN

Innovation and excellent practice in supporting children and young people’s communication development were celebrated at the 2015 Shine a Light Awards ceremony in September....

More than just talking


Emma Sterland
shares some useful tips on how to communicate with people who are non-verbal

Communication breakdown

We need to re-write the lteracy story for children with SEN, writes Virginia Beardshaw

Aiding the transition

Kate Duggan looks at how the right communication aid can help students as they move beyond school 

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