Category Archive for: ‘Meath School’

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) at I CAN’s Meath School

Jessie Luckins, Senior Speech and Language Therapist and Aided Communication Coordinator at I CAN‘s Meath School, spoke to us about the importance of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and how it works to aid and develop communication for pupils throughout the school. What is AAC? Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is anything that is used to help problems with speech, …

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Learning Together Day at Meath School

Early in December, I CAN’s Meath School for children with speech and language disorder, welcomed children from the local confederation of schools for a ‘Learning Together Day’ which forms part of Meath’s ‘Pathways to Inclusion’ programme. ‘Learning Together Day’ brings together children from mainstream schools and children with speech disorder for a day of playing and working on a specific …

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I CAN launches its Every Child A Voice appeal at the House of Lords

To celebrate the launch of I CAN’s Every Child A Voice appeal earlier this month we invited 80 guests to an exclusive dinner and auction at the House of Lords. The event launched our new three year fundraising appeal which aims to raise £5 million to support children up to the age of 19 with communication difficulties. The event was …

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