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2012 Conference Publication Full Collection: Communication Supportive Environments: What makes the difference for children and young people with SLCN?

£6.00

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

2012 Conference Publication: What really makes a difference for children and young people with SLCN?

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2012 CONFERENCE PUBLICATION: What really makes a difference for children and young people with SLCN? Delivering services for maximum impact.
By Marie Gascoigne, Director, Better Communication CIC

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