SLCN Screening, Assessment, Intervention and Support
Speech Link and Language Link empower SENCos, teachers and TAs in their work with SLCN and indicate the need for further support for the child where required. We do this through screening, intervention, staff training and support which are all included in one yearly subscription.
Schools can book a FREE, no obligation trial of our award winning speech and language support packages.
‘Across all pupils with SEN in England, SLCN is now the most common primary type of need at 23% of pupils.’
The Link Live 2023 - Supporting SLCN Together
Join Speech and Language Link for a day of conversion, inspiration and innovation.
Hosted by speech and language therapists, presented by education experts, and driven by you!
This year we are excited to welcome education blogger Georgina Durrant, who will share activities for developing language through play in EYFS. We are also delighted to have Musharaf (Mushy) Asghar, from Channel 4’s ‘Educating Yorkshire’, whose inspirational presentation will provide you with the confidence to support pupils who stammer. Back by popular demand, occuaptional therapist Kim Griffin will provide more inspiring ideas for supporting language through movement.
Who is the event for?
Do you want to share best practice with over 400 like-minded education professionals?
Are you looking for your next piece of CPD?
Are you a student looking to improve your knowledge of SLCN?
Do you want to make a difference to the life chances of children and young people with SLCN?
How to get tickets
Get your ticket to The Link Live now for only £80+VAT.
Are you Speech and Language Link subscriber? Head over to your subscriber homepage to get your exclusive discount.
The Award Winning Link Magazine
The Link magazine is sent termly, free of charge to all UK primary schools to provide clear accessible information on supporting speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). Our speech and language therapists and expert guest contributors offer strategies and activities to support pupils with SLCN in the mainstream classroom. Our regular ‘Ask a Therapist’ feature addresses questions from schools and the new ‘Link Community’ area shares the latest news and gives Speech and Language Link users a voice to share tips and best practice.