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The Bercow: Ten Years On review comes ten years after the Government published the Bercow review of services for children and young people with speech, language and communicaion needs (SLCN) making strong recommendations to Government about the steps it should take to transform provision for and the experiences of children and yound people with SLCN and their families. I CAN and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists invite you to share your views.
The winners of the 2017 Shine a Light Awards, a national awards scheme that celebrates innovative work and excellent practice in supporting children and young people’s communication development, have been revealed today (23rd March 2017) by Pearson, in partnership with The Communication Trust.
The Communication Trust has developed a report presenting findings and offering recommendations on how government and national bodies, local authorities and training providers, the voluntary sector, and the workforce can work together to improve access to quality professional development in speech, language and communication.
The SLCF is a free online professional development tool which sets out the skills and knowledge that everyone working with children and young people need in order to support the speech, language and communication of those they work with.
Our Assessment Assistant app has been updated with new features and given a fresh new look to match our new website and visual identity. The Pearson UK Assessment Assistant is your little helper for administering assessments or interventions.
The Pearson Clinical website has had a refresh. The new site is mobile-friendly, making it more flexible for you to use. It's just as easy to use on desktop, laptop or mobile.
Gareth Gates, singer-songwriter and musical theatre star, has today (1st February 2017) been revealed as the host of the 2017 Shine a Light Awards that take place in London on 23 March 2017.
Francesca Martinez - international comedian, writer and speaker who has mild cerebral palsy – has joined the judging panel for the fifth annual Shine a Light Awards.
We are pleased to announce that ART-2 has been approved for use in the Assessment of Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) in Higher Education/DSA applications.
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The Communication Trust have developed a ‘One Stop Guide’ to take you through key steps to consider when you are planning to commission speech and language support.
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