All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘guest blog’


Guest Blog from Tricia Laing Speech and Language Therapist at Preston Manor Upper School

Tricia Laing is a Speech and Language Therapist at Preston Manor Upper School in Wembley, a high-performing specialist school with subject specialism in Science and in Maths. The school profile is one of high ethnic minorities, high free school meals and high special educational needs. Since September 2011, the school have been involved in I CAN’s Secondary Talk  programme and …

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Joining I CAN’s Licensed Tutor network

“I work as an NHS employed Speech and Language Therapist, commissioned to work as part of Rochdale’s I CAN Specialist Early Years Service. We support children aged 3-5 years with Specific Language Impairment (SLI). As well as supporting children directly, a large proportion of our work is helping parents / carers and early years education professionals to support children’s specific …

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Guest blog from Lisa and Tracey at Talking Tots: Turn a white Christmas into a fun communication opportunity

For most of us, snow loses its appeal somewhere around the time when we have to pay for central heating and commute to jobs in the morning. When it snows in Britain – even the lightest flurry – the trains are cancelled, the motorways grind to a halt and the house becomes impossible to keep warm. But seeing snow through …

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Guest blog from Talking Tots

As speech & language therapists Lisa and Tracey, the founders of Talking Tots, know the importance of helping children to develop some of life’s most important skills: Concentration and attention to make learning easier Pre-literacy skills which help pave the way for reading and writing Communication skills which help little ones express themselves Sharing and taking turns, helping everyone get …

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Guest Blog: Top tips for race day preparations from Tatami Health

Race day preparation. At Tatami Health we know what it takes to get your mind and body race ready so we have asked our marathon running physiotherapist for a few tips to prevent last minute injuries or disappointment on the day. The last few weeks and days leading up to a big race are just as important as the months …

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