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Developmental Language Delay Background And Implications Blog 1

Professor Courtenay Norbury of University College London, shares some background to the new DLD terminology and some implications for planning services

Developmental Language Disorder: background and implications Language is a uniquely human skill that underpins our social interactions, learning, and access to many leisure activities. It is therefore no surprise that talking and listening skills predict children’s school success and social and emotional well-being. Self-talk is also an important tool for being able to control our own behaviour and to regulate …

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More children reported with delayed language development: what help is available for families?

I wonder how many of us heaved a big sigh of relief when we heard the announcement a couple of weeks ago confirming that mandatory health visitor checks in the early years were to continue. It came at a time when we were still reflecting on evidence from the yearly survey of health visitors carried out by Institute of Health …

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Todd Hinds Blog 1

Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Todd Hinds tells us how psychotherapy supports young people at Dawn House School

Dawn House School is a residential special school for children and young people (5-19) with speech, language and communication needs. All pupils have a speech and language disorder or Asperger’s syndrome and associated difficulties which impact on their educational, social and emotional development. I work at I CAN’s Dawn House School as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist one day a …

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Guest Blog With SLT

Guest blog from Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, Carol Reffin who tells us about her work with young people with mental health needs

Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, Carol Reffin talks about her role working in a multi-professional team with young people with mental health needs. She says: ‘Speech and Language Therapy in Mental Health can be challenging, but it is incredibly rewarding and allows SLT to add value to children’s and young peoples’ lives’ I work as a Speech and Language Therapist …

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Mary Blog

Mary Hartshorne, Director of Outcomes and Information at I CAN, tells us about the complex relationship between speech, language and communication needs and mental health

Children and young people’s mental health is in the spotlight – a 70% increase in rates of depression and anxiety over the last 25 years, 20% of adolescents experience mental health difficulties. Given the scale of the problem, and the fact that a huge percentage of these are not getting the support they need it’s not surprising that the Government …

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