All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘I CAN help’

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A parent’s journey to Meath School

Every day parents face the challenge of finding the help and support that their child needs for their speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), as well as the support that they as parents need when dealing with their child’s difficulties. Reama’s son Tait attends I CAN’s Meath School. As well as being a parent, Reama is also one  of the …

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How Meath School helped our son catch up.

A blog from a Meath School parent. Our son Max has been at Meath School now since June 2011 and I have to admit to not finding Meath School at all myself. Max’s fabulous LSA at his mainstream school was doing her PGCE and at every turn she asked if she could write about Max, and we always gave our …

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A Christmas round-up from our CEO

2013 was always going to be a special year for I CAN.  The charity was founded 125 years ago by Victorian social reformer Octavia Hill and the Reverend Dowdeswell Graham to help vulnerable children. 21st century I CAN is very proud to uphold their vision. For the past 60 years we’ve focussed on the vital yet neglected area of children’s …

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Dare to dream…

A blog by Laura Woodward, Mum to Eleanor, who attends I CAN’s Meath School. Eleanor is in the Meath School Choir and they came to I CAN’s 125th Anniversary event at Speaker’s House on 26th November 2013 to help celebrate 125 years of supporting vulnerable children. Five years ago Eleanor was speaking in single words, would not make eye contact …

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A Recipe for Speaking Success!

By I CAN Communication Advisor, Amanda Baxter Now that the seasons have changed and we’re coming into to winter we might be less likely to spend time outside with our children (except for those of us shivering at the play parks). Now is a good time to start on some indoor activities that are fun and can help your child’s …

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