By Courtenay Frazier Norbury and Rebecca Lucas, Royal Holloway, University of London
2011 Conference Publication: What the eyes say about language and communication
2013 Conference Publication Full Collection: SLI – What’s in a name?
Vicky Slonims, Clinical Lead Speech and Language Therapist, Newcomen Centre, London:
'Diagnosis and Dilemmas'
Gina Conti-Ramsden, Professor of Child Language and Learning, The University of Manchester:
'Is SLI a condition which changes from childhood to adolescence?'
Julie Dockrell, Professor of Psychology & Special Needs, Institute of Education, London and for the Better Communication Research Programme:
‘Educational performance and academic achievement of children with language impairments in mainstream settings: the impact of different profiles of need.’
Courtenay Frazier Norbury, Reader in Developmental Neuropsychology, Royal Holloway, University of London:
'Defining (specific) language impairment: Why getting it right matters'
Tina Pereira, Specialist Speech & Language Therapist & Helen Colles, Educational Psychologist:
‘Worcestershire's Pathfinder Project: Identifying & Supporting Children with SLI’
Marian Downs, Specialist Teacher for Speech and Language/Co-ordinator & Jen Smith, Speech and Language Therapist, SLI Team, Newcastle upon Tyne:
‘A Salad not a Soup’
Stephen Parsons, Speech and Language Therapy Team Manager & Anna Branagan, Speech and Language Therapist, Thinkingtalking:
‘Word Aware: A whole school approach for teaching spoken and written vocabulary’