Category Archive for: ‘Early Years Workers’

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Launch of SENDirect will help families like mine, I CAN Chief Executive Virginia Beardshaw

I remember how lost I felt when my youngest child was diagnosed with speech and language problems. In that antique pre-internet era I couldn’t find anything out about what was wrong, or what to do, or where to go to get help. Misery and frustration resulted. adly, evidence from parents today suggests that not a lot has changed. Most parents …

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Watch to see a Chatterbox Challenge in action!

Do you work in an early years setting? If so, have you taken part in I CAN’s Chatterbox Challenge before? If not, then watch our new video from South Acton Children’s Centre and learn why you should take part. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxB5GwkdZiE Register for the Chatterbox Challenge: www.chatterboxchallenge.org.uk And visit I CAN’s website to find additional activities for parents to do with …

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Chatterbox Challenge 2015 Competition – get involved to win Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom Prizes

I CAN are running a Chatterbox Challenge 2015 competition! We want everyone involved with Chatterbox Challenge to share photos and videos of their Chatterbox Challenge preparations, practise performances and Chatterbox Challenge activities for a chance to win a bundle of Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom prizes. Take a look at the photos in the gallery below for inspiration and don’t …

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I CAN CEO Virginia Beardshaw awarded CBE in New Year’s Honours List

What better way to start a new year with some exciting news – Virginia Beardshaw, I CAN’s Chief Executive has had her commitment to children’s speech, language and communication recognised in the New Year’s Honours list with a CBE. Virginia has led I CAN through an eventful 10 years. I CAN’s Make Chatter Matter campaign in 2006 brought the issue …

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Communication at Christmas – information, tips and ideas for a happy holiday!

Some people love the festive season – the flashing lights, the excitement and anticipation, the parties! For others it’s just hard work with the shopping, cooking and preparations. Whatever the case, Christmas is a great time for having fun and playing games that can help to develop children’s speech and language skills. ‘Remembering games’ are a really good way to …

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