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Campaigning for the right to speak and be heard

Steve Hermon gives an account of how he began his journey as a campaigner for speech and language therapies to be given greater support. May 2019...

November SENeXtra available online FREE!

Hello, and welcome to our November SENeXtra.  Click here to read SENeXtra FREE Budget updateGuide Dogs launch CYP CommssionSupport for parent being abused by their childrenBoard...

MP’s and Peers call on the Prime Minister and Chancellor to...

Following the feature on Steve Hermon’s fight to get speech and language therapy for his child (SEN 115). MPs and Peers from over 20...

Driving attainment for deaf children

Ann Bradbury looks at what schools can do to stop deaf pupils falling ever further behind their hearing peers

Activities worth talking about

Anne Fox reveals how a day dedicated to verbal communication helped schools rethink their approach to SLCN and discover untapped creativity in the classroom

Speaking out on stammering

Cherry Hughes looks at how stammering affects children and what schools can do to help

Persistence pays

Rita Soni shows how a family’s resolve to tackle her son’s speech delay has enabled him to flourish

Without a voice

Thousands of children may be missing out on the right to communicate. Cathy Harris assesses the implications of a landmark AAC report

AAC provision is not meeting need

More than 20,000 people in the UK may be living without access to a powered communication aid that would enable them to communicate more...

Tough talk on speech and language

MPs and peers are calling for action to address the speech, language and communication needs of socially disadvantaged children. The All Party Parliamentary Group on...

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