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FREE Seminar - Communication Difficulties and Vulnerable Young People

“Communication Difficulties and Vulnerable Young People and the Law in NZ: A view from ‘Talking Trouble Aotearoa NZ’”.

At short notice, we are pleased to welcome Dr Linda Hand from the University of Auckland who will give a seminar on the project ‘Talking Trouble Aotearoa NZ’

Parent-Child Interaction (PCI) Therapy in Practice - Seminar

Inge Klatte, who carried out the project (PCI Therapy in Practice) will be presenting the findings at a seminar on:

Thursday 28th May at 5.30pm (finishing at 6.30pm) at the Bristol Speech & Language Therapy Research Unit, Frenchay Hospital, Bristol.

Seminar on parent child interaction

Places still available for seminar on PCI at Bristol Speech & Language therapy Research Unit.

Details of the presententions are attached.

Date: Thursday 9th April 2015

Time: 3 - 5pm

CQLive

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.
 

Population approaches to identification, prediction and outcomes of children with lasting language impairment

The Bristol Speech& Language Therapy Research Unit

are pleased to welcome Dr Penny Levickis on Thursday 9 th April from 3.00 to 5.00pm
to speak on:

Population approaches to identification, prediction and outcomes of children with lasting language impairment

Cleft Collect - Speech & Language Study

Recruitment to the Cleft Collective Speech and Language Study has started and Dr Yvonne Wren has produced a video for parents about what is involved.

Season's Greetings!

From all of us here at the Bristol Speech and Language Therapy Research Unit, we wish you a very

Updated Aphasia Awareness Website

We would like to invite you to visit a new updated website dedicated to providing extensive data on international levels of public awareness of aphasia in a range of countries.

Dr. Helen Hambly visits Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia

Helen Hambly has been presenting her PhD work ' A social and relational view of language impairment ' and exchanging ideas about Parent-Child interaction (PCI) therapy for preschool children with researchers at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne.  

 

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