Bob Reitemeier

What’s next for Bercow: Ten Year On

I CAN’s Chief Executive, Bob Reitemeier, explains the ‘next steps’ as we begin to illustrate the reality facing children with SLCN and their families. Bercow: Ten Years On is an independent review of the state of provision for children’s speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) being carried out by I CAN, the children’s communication charity, and the Royal College of Speech …

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research round up

Research Round-Up

In light of this month’s theme of “Evidence for Outcomes”, we have rounded up recent report findings from across our field. We’ll be keeping up-to-date with the latest developments and discoveries in children’s speech, language and communication, education, SEN and wider social issues, ensuring our readers are also kept in the loop. Here are some of the latest pieces of …

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Behind the statistics – Making the difference

Statistics are important, however behind the facts and figures are real children with lived experiences. Claire Morrison, an NHS Speech and Language Therapist, talks about her work using evidence-based programmes and interventions in a deprived area of Scotland. Because it had not been launched before on the west coast of Scotland, we decided to pilot an intervention programme in North …

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Bercow-thankyou

Opportunity to contribute to Bercow: Ten Years On (paid role)

In 2017/18, I CAN and the RCSLT are undertaking an independent review of the state of provision for children’s speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), entitled Bercow: Ten Years On, which will be published in early 2018. The review launched in January 2017, and to date we have collected evidence through a variety of methods. ‘Deep dives’ Following the evidence …

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Mandy Grist

It is what you do, AND the way that you do it! Ensuring a communication supportive environment

I CAN’s speech and language specialist, Mandy Grist, details the significance of creating environments that are conducive to the development of children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). With the summer holidays now upon us many people will find themselves heading outside for adventure and activities. As well as providing the possibility of some much longed for sunshine (fingers crossed!), …

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