Talk Boost

The Impact of Talk Boost

Talk Boost intervention from I CAN is a successful evidence-based programme developed to help narrow the gap between 4-7 year olds with language delay and their peers. Talk Boost was developed and evaluated using evidence collected by professionals in two comprehensive trials (and ongoing evaluations.) Talk Boost is a ten week intervention programme, delivered three times a week by a …

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Totsontour

Chatterbox Challenge Week is here: Guest Blog from Tots on Tour

Chatterbox Challenge week is here! We wish all our Chatterboxes the best of luck this week and would love to see what you are getting up to, do share with us any images from your Challenge on Facebook, Twitter or email. Throughout the week our wonderful partner groups will be sharing their blogs and activities with us. Our first blog is from …

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Meath School Choir

I CAN’s Meath Primary School Choir Sings Birthday Greeting to Dame Judi Dench

The Meath Singers from I CAN’s Meath Primary School  in Surrey, recently sang and signed a birthday greeting to Dame Judi Dench who is an ambassador for I CAN, the children’s communication charity. Janet Dunn (Principal) said, “We are so proud of our children at Meath School and they are so proud of themselves.” I CAN’s Meath Primary School provides children with …

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Megan Callanan

Looking to get involved at I CAN? Hear from one of our volunteers.

I CAN is truly a special place. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to volunteer in the head office with the fundraising department. Being an American exchange student about to work in a British office, I was feeling both excitement and nerves before my first day. However, all of those nerves were quickly erased once I began my volunteering …

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SENDirect

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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