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Talk Boost KS2 Launch

‘This intervention enabled all of the children to make progress with their communication skills.’ – SENCo, St James Church School, Taunton,  Somerset. Last week I CAN launched its latest intervention programme – Talk Boost KS2 targeted at children aged 7-10 who have delayed language development. We know that good language skills are crucial for learning, literacy and making friends but that …

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A Licensee Case Study: Claire Findlay, Early Talk Licensed Tutor and Good Practice Validation Mentor

I trained originally as a Speech and Language Therapist and worked in the NHS for 10 years. Then I moved to Northamptonshire County Council for 24 years, co-managing the Portage service before becoming self-employed 2 years ago. I trained as an Early Talk Licensed Tutor in June 2013 and as a GPV Mentor in November that year. I also work …

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Over 400 I CAN Licensees Now Recruited!

At the start of the new academic year, we would like to take this opportunity to welcome our new Licensed Tutors and Mentors to the I CAN team! Also, a big thank you to all Licensees for their continuing hard work in transforming the lives of children across Early Years, Primary and Secondary Schools.  We look forward to another busy …

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Could you be an I CAN Licensee?

“I work as the Lead for School Support within the Leeds Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service. I train teaching staff to provide speech, language and communication interventions at a classroom based level, making sure support for children with speech, language and communcation needs (SLCN) is maximised with reduced resources. Therapists across Leeds may be providing this level of intervention …

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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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