All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘children with SLCN’

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Taking the first big step – how to help your child transition from nursery to primary school

For parents, carers and children, starting primary school can be a big step and one that can cause anxiety and concern for all involved. Our speech and language advisor Louisa Reeves offers her tips and guidance on what parents and carers can do to help their child make that next step successfully and how they can be supported if they …

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Carla’s Story

Samuel was diagnosed with having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in Year 1. Before this diagnosis we always knew something was bothering him at a young age; often we would have to sit or stand with him to get him to sit still.  We were worried about starting Samuel at primary school; we had quite a few issues where he …

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Meath’s Got Talent

“Lorraine Rogers is a Child Care Officer in the Residential department of I CAN’s Meath School for pupils with speech and / or language disorders in Surrey. Here she talks about the annual ‘Meath’s Got Talent’ show.” Every year Meath School Residential Team hosts a talent show for all to enjoy.  It has been running now for 11 years and …

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Let’s talk about youth employment

Maxine Burns talks about the challenges facing young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) as they look to find employment.  One of the many things I love about working at I CAN is the sense of community there is amongst the various teams that contribute to the organisation. Even though I’m not physically located in the office, I’m …

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