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Literacy skills for deaf children

Some practical ideas from Frances Clark. When 11-year-old Khush stepped out onto the stage at the House of Commons and read out his own story,...

How music helped my son’s speech & language development

Dan Hughes provides some insights into the power of music to develop communication skills. Some autistic children struggle to express what they want to say...

Communication byways

Tina Voizey gives some tips on speaking with someone who uses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) describes methods of communication...

Decoding SLCN

Jaya Simpson looks at what speech, language and communication needs are and how we can identify them 

Bercow: Ten Years On

A decade after John Bercow’s critical report on SLCN provision, Mandy Grist asks if much has changed

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...

Routine communication

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

Book Reviews

Parenting Children With ADHD

10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach Dr Monastra, is a clinical psychologist who is internationally recognised for his research on the neurophysiological characteristics of children...