This collection of conference papers was from the 2012 NAPLIC day conference entitled 'Communication Supportive Environments: What makes the difference for children and young people with SLCN?' at Aston University. This collection of conference papers is provided as an electronic download.
Keynote Speaker Papers
- Jean Gross, The Communication Champion The SEN White Paper and the legacy of the National Year – where now for SLCN?
Marie Gascoigne, Director, Better Communication CIC
What really makes a difference for children and young people with SLCN? Delivering services for maximum impact
Geraldine Bates, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist for North Bristol NHS Trust
School age children with communication difficulties: What can we do to support their peer relationships and self-esteem?
Practitioner Presenters Papers
Janet Cooper BSc Hons cert MRCSLT, Early Language and Communication Programme Manager, Stoke on Trent City Council
Creating a Communication Friendly Environment in Early Years Settings
Glenn Carter, Speech and Language Therapist Team Leader, National Health Service Forth Valley and Andrew Facherty, Additional Support for Learning Manager, Falkirk Council Education Services
Communication Supportive Environments: What makes the difference for children and young people with SLCN?
Kathryn Wilkes, Literacy Coordinator/Assistant Director of English, SWB Academy, Wolverhampton
Secondary Talk: One Academy’s Journey
These conference papers will be of interest to: Teachers and SENCOs, Teaching Assistants, Speech and Language Therapists, Advisory Teachers for SLCN, Educational Psychologists and LA Advisors