The Communication Trust have announced the release of a new resource available to support the commissioning of services for children and young people with SLCN. This resource is based on the findings of the landmark Better Communication Research Programme commissioned following th
Primary speech and language impairments affect 7.4% of primary school children. Early intervention by speech and language therapists (SLTs) is crucial to lessen their impact on these children’s life chances; however, there is wide variation in how families are assessed and interventions implemented.
'The Bristol Speech & Language Therapy Research Unit were pleased to welcome Dr Linda Hand from University of Auckland, New Zealand. During her visit Linda gave a talk about her work entitled: Communication Difficulties and Vulnerable Young People and the Law in NZ: A view from 'Talking Trouble Aotearoa NZ'".
The RCSLT is co-creating CQLive with its members. The successor to CQ3 will consist of a set of standards and resources to support SLTs to deliver a high-quality service that integrates the HCPC standards of conduct, performance and ethics.
This face to face meeting is part of this process.