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#SLTLearn 2016 Recordings and slides

Here are the recordings and slides from #SLTLearn 2016


If you know the day the presentation took place, use the quick links to jump to the right part of the page.  

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday


Monday 14th March

Clare O'RourkePresenter(s): Clare O'Rourke

Title: A whole school approach to supporting students with SLCN

Recording | Slides (0.5MB)





Shona CrichtonPresenter(s): Shona Crichton

Title: What’s new from The Communication Trust? Communicating the Curriculum and Involving children and young people with SLCN: a toolkit for education settings

Recording | Slides (2.5MB)





Alison WinterPresenter(s): Alison Winter

Title: Cogmed and Speech and Language Therapy: A summary of the research

Recording | Slides (1.08MB)




Tuesday 15th March

Padraic MonaghanPresenter(s): Padraic Monaghan

Title: How children learn words and how we can support the early stages of language acquisition

Recording | Slides (0.7MB)




Peter EntwistlePresenter(s): Peter C Entwistle, Ph.D

Title: The Salience of Working Memory to Language Acquisition

Recording | Slides (3MB)




Wednesday 16th March

Anna ReevesPresenter(s): Anna Reeves

Title: NHS England specialised AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) services – an overview

Recording | Slides (0.6MB)




Theresa Redmond, Communication TrustPresenter(s): Theresa Redmond

Title: Learn about new developments that have taken place with What Works this year.

Recording | Slides (1.53MB)




Thursday 17th March

Claire ParsonsPresenter(s):Claire Parsons

Title: Overview of SLT assessments

Recording | Slides (0.8MB)




Ami ColemanPresenter(s): Ami Coleman

Title: Mobile Technology in Speech and Language Therapy Practice

Recording | Slides (3.0MB)




Nancy Helm-EstabrooksPresenter(s): Dr Nancy Helm-Estabrooks

Title: The Clinical Utility of the Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test

Recording | Slides (1.5MB





Last updated: March 24, 2016

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