All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘children’

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Mary Hartshorne, I CAN Head of Evidence, explains how children with Developmental Language Disorder learn differently and hopes that a new term will help raise awareness of this condition

Last month in our I CAN staff meeting, I asked people from across departments to think back to before they joined I CAN. There were people from our fund raising department, the business team, our media and press teams – as well as finance and admin staff. I asked for a show of hands: ‘how many had heard of Autism …

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No Pens Day Wednesday – 7th October 2015

With less than three weeks to go until No Pens Day Wednesday 2015, we thought we’d let you know about the fantastic new resources that have recently gone live on the website. Firstly, we have added a range of new free lesson plans for Secondary, Special and Early Years settings, bringing our total number of Trust lesson plans on the site to almost …

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Vicky Perry tells us why she and her family have signed up for I CAN’s Hop & Walk event

We are so excited to be hosting our very brand new event, the I CAN Hop & Walk! We are inviting families to join us on the 27th September 2015 to hop and walk one mile at Surrey’s Runnymede Pleasure Grounds. It will be a fun filled day with a range of activities for families including a story book corner, …

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Debutots guest blog: Making Pretend Play a Reality

Lucy Smith, Debutots Franchisee, tells how she discovered how to really play with her children. Einstein once said “Logic takes you from A to B, but imagination will take you everywhere”.  Not one of his more famous discoveries, I admit, and as a busy mum with two energetic and demanding young children, not one I might have considered particularly relevant …

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