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Highlights from I CAN’s Q and A with Mencap

On Wednesday 24th August our speech and language therapist Mandy Grist took part in a live Q & A on Mencap’s Facebook page and we received some really interesting questions. Find out what our responses were below. Question 1: Hi, my son is 3 years old and has been under SALT since he was 8 weeks old due to being fed …

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A blog to say Farewell and Happy Christmas!

Its been a very long goodbye,  but the moment to say “Farewell” as Chief Executive of I CAN is fast approaching. I CAN celebrated its 127th birthday on 26 November.  I’ve only been responsible for the most recent ten and a half of those years. With such a distinguished history, all any one person can do is serve the charity …

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Charles Russell Speechlys – Please vote for I CAN as your Charity of the Year in 2016!

Until 15th December 2015, employees at Charles Russell Speechlys have the chance to vote for their 2016 charity partner and I CAN is thrilled to be in the running! Charles Russell Speechlys – Please vote for I CAN as your Charity of the Year in 2016! Charles Russell Speechlys Legal Director, Andy Williams’ son Elliot has severe and complex Speech …

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The next steps in listening! By Amanda Baxter, I CAN Communication Advisor

This blog comes to you from an I CAN speech & language therapist and explores the importance of listening skills, and what you can to to develop them! Listening is a skill that develops from when we’re born to adulthood (and then we often use our ‘selective hearing’ to listen to the things we want to hear!). Just like any …

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New School Year, New Primary Curriculum

The start of the new term brings changes every year for schools, teachers, pupils and parents alike. However in addition to the usual information that teachers and school staff will need, this September will see the start of one of the biggest changes for a generation as the new Primary Curriculum for schools is introduced. Whilst some schools will have …

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