3 CPD presentations to help pupils with SLCN for just £25!
Effective communication and interaction with others is a fundamental skill. It’s essential for children to develop their speech, language and communication skills in order to get the most from both their education and life outcomes.
Children with poor speech and language skills can face huge challenges if they don’t get appropriate support at an early age.
3 speech and language experts share their knowledge to help teachers better support children with additional Speech Language and Communication Needs.
Why schools need to focus on speaking and understanding skills to effectively support SEMH
Interim Lead Speech and Language Advisor, I CAN
Amy outlines current research on the relationship between SEMH and SLCN and discusses the impact on children’s behaviour of potentially hidden difficulties with speaking and understanding. She highlights how to identify these difficulties and explores a range of helpful tools. She also gives an overview of support options.
Strategies for supporting children with poor speech and language skills
Consultant Speech and Language Therapist, LINGO
Wendy explains the types of needs children may have with their speech and language and how to identify these needs. She outlines strategies to support the inclusion of children with speech and language needs in the classroom. She also explores practical approaches to support development of key skills and shares examples of implementation.
Practical high impact strategies for supporting children with SLCN
Find the Key Speech and Language Therapy
Angharad introduces a range of practical high impact strategies and resources. The session explains how simple changes in environment and interactions can make a significant difference to outcomes of children with Speech, Language and Communication Needs in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
These SLCN training videos will help you to improve support for children with additional Speech Language and Communication Needs in your school to ensure the best outcomes.
“Language underlies everything we do!
Not only all the learning that takes place in the classroom, but areas like behaviour, friendships and self-esteem all rely on language too.”
Speech and language advisor, Amy Loxley will help you understand why schools need to focus on speaking and understanding skills to support children’s SEMH needs
Watch this short preview of Amy’s presentation.
Is speech and language a challenge for some children in your classroom?
Speech therapist, Wendy Lee shares strategies for supporting children with poor speech and language skills.
Practical tips and advice based on over 30 years working in clinical practice, higher education and the voluntary sector.
Watch this snippet from Wendy’s presentation.
How can you make your setting the best place it can be for communication?
The earlier we start to intervene
the better the outcomes are likely to be!
Speech and language therapist, Angharad Welch’s session focuses on how to implement interaction and environmental strategies to help children with additional speech, language and communication needs in Early Years.
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